israel bomb shelter (IDF photo)

Israel’s Air Raid Sirens Become City-Specific

Israel’s Home Front Command will change the way rocket alerts appear on its site and apps.

Currently, areas under fire are identified by a general location name and a three-digit number, such as “Lachish 247” or “Central Negev 292.”

However, starting Wednesday, the Home Front Command will implement a system under which each town’s air raid siren will be identified. The new system, which the Command has been working on for several years, will allow Israelis to continue their routines without worrying that their town was one of those in which a siren was sounded, and they simply did not hear it, Maariv reported.

Read more at Arutz Sheva

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