A Katyusha rocket apparently fired at the southern city on Thursday exploded in the Aqaba industrial zone in Jordan.
There were no reports of injuries. The report was received by the Eilat Municipality from Jordanian sources.
Another rocket was fired, apparently a 107 mm one, and landed in the Red Sea. Jordan is on the look out for a third rocket. (YNET)
So...Who's Shooting at Eilat?
Egypt denies the shooting came from the Sinai:
"Security forces are patrolling the border with Israel, and the area is under Egyptian security control. This comes in addition to alertness of Bedouin residents of Sinai along the border that partake in the defense of the eastern border alongside Egypt's security forces. No extremist group can infiltrate the area in order to shake the security," an Egyptian source reported. (source)
A Jordanian official said there was a blast at an air-conditioning plant on the outskirts of Aqaba at around 7:00 am (0400 GMT) that did not wound anyone or cause much damage, and that the explosion was under investigation.
The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, denied that any rockets had been fired from Jordanian territory and said "we know of no rockets in Eilat." (source)
The IDF said it was investigating the source of the attack, stressing that there was no evidence to suggest either of the rockets hit Israeli territory, though everyone seems convinced that Eilat was the target.
I guess we shot the Katyushas at ourselves.
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