Three Israelis Killed, Six Injured By Gaza Rocket Attacks NBC NEWS – Rockets fired from Gaza into southern Israel killed three people and injured six on Thursday, Israeli officials said, as Israel launched numerous airstrikes across the Gaza Strip and the military showdown lurched closer to all-out war. Fifteen Palestinians have been killed and 100 injured in Gaza since Wednesday, Reuters reported. The funeral was held Thursday for Ahmed Jabari, the senior Hamas military commander, who was one of those killed in the Israeli Defense Force airstrikes. The IDF said on its website that the three people killed Thursday in the southern Israeli town of Kiryat Malachi were civilians. It added that 43 of the rockets from Gaza had been intercepted by its defense systems, and that it had targeted 156 “terror sites” in Gaza since the start of what it called “Operation Pillar of Defense.” “In the past 24 hours, 245 rockets have been fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel,” it said.