I don't know how this photo rates as an accurate picture of the Israeli port city of Ashdod, but since I found it on the non-political website of HomeExchange.com we can assume that if it's been photo-shopped, it wasn't done in such a way as to please the Arabs, United Nations or al Reuters.
So Lazer Brody reports hearing the explosion today, just north of his neighborhood in Ashdod, from a Syrian/Iranian-upgraded GRAD missile used in the attack on his city.
According to his update, the missile fell into an OPEN LOT.
"A few people have been treated for shock, but thank G-d there are no other casualties."
Hm... I don't see very many open lots, but maybe they're outside the photograph. I don't know enough about Ashdod to draw any conclusions, but I do know enough to be grateful to Hashem.
An Israeli police officer carries a rocket, fired by Palestinian militants from the Gaza Strip, after it landed in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod,Thursday, March 24, 2011.... (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
We'll ignore the rest of the AP caption. It's the usual tit-for-tat crap, wherein terrorists firing GRAD missiles into cities in the hope of maiming and murdering Jewish babies and grandmothers is somehow the equivalent of a situation where awesome and righteous soldiers of a young sovereign nation try to disrupt or destroy their enemies (in this case, "terrorists"), even as they seek to avoid hurting anyone else in the process.