Israeli police sappers remove a part of rocket fired from the Gaza Strip towards the Mediterranean coastal city of Tel Aviv, which was shot down by the Iron Dome anti-missile system according to the Israeli army July 11, 2014.(AFP Photo/Gali Tibbon)
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Islamist Hamas' armed wing has warned airlines that it intends to target Israel's Ben Gurion International Airport with its rockets from Gaza and has told them not to fly there, a statement by the group said Friday.The group claimed earlier that it had already fired at least one rocket towards the airport Friday but militant rockets, which are largely inaccurate, are not known to have landed in or around the airport, Israel's main international aerial gateway, which is well protected by missile interceptor systems.
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