Some 160 rockets were fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip on Monday, November 19, targeting Ashkelon, Ashdod, Be’ersheva, and towns and villages across the south, The Jerusalem Post reported. No injuries were reported, but three people were treated for shock. A rocket fired by Palestinians in the Gaza Strip hit a school parking lot in Ashkelon Monday morning, causing damage to a building but no injuries. The Iron Dome system intercepted at least 30 rockets fired from Gaza. The IDF has struck over 1350 targets in Gaza since the start of the operation, including 80 on Monday. The targets include rocket launchers, tunnels, training camps, weapons caches and terror cells that fired on Israel in recent days, bringing the total of targets to 1,350 since the start of Operation Pillar of Defense last Wednesday.