Two Rockets Fired From The Gaza Strip At Israeli Territory
Palestinian radicals from the Gaza strip fired two rockets at Israeli territory on Friday evening, according to the press service of the Israel Defense Forces.
"After reporting the activation of air RAID sirens [in southern Israel], we inform you that two missiles were launched on Israeli territory from the Gaza strip," the statement said. According to Israeli state radio Kan, one of the rockets exploded in an unpopulated area, and there were no reports of injuries or damage.
On previous occasions, Palestinian radicals from the Gaza strip fired one rocket at Israeli territory on June 15, May 6, and March 27, in response, the Israeli army attacked Hamas military targets. On 23 and 24 February, more than 80 rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza. Then in response, the Israeli air force hit military targets of the Islamic Jihad group South of Damascus in Syria, as well as dozens of radical targets throughout the Gaza strip.
Earlier, the army press service reported that air RAID sirens went off in areas bordering the Gaza Strip in southern Israel.