IAF Strikes Two Hamas Terror Targets After Rocket Fired Into Southern Israel

IAF Strikes Two Hamas Terror Targets After Rocket Fired Into Southern Israel

IAF Strikes Two Hamas Terror Targets After Rocket Fired Into Southern Israel

Three Palestinian civilians were wounded on Wednesday dawn, when Israeli warplanes shelled two sites of the Palestinian resistance movement in the northern Gaza Strip with four rockets, in response to an earlier alleged attack from Gaza to Israel.

There were no immediate reports of injuries.

At least one rocket is believed to have exploded in an open area in the Ashkelon Coastal Region. The spokesman said Israel considers Hamas to be "responsible for what occurs in the Strip". The rocket hit an open field in the regional council of Hof Ashkelon in southern Israel, causing no injuries or damage.

In response to the rocket that was sacked toward Ashkelon Tuesday night and landed in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council, the IDF attacked two Hamas terror targets in northern Gaza.

Videos and photos, allegedly of the Israeli strikes, were circulating on social media.

Rocket launchers in the Gaza Strip.

Despite the tensions over Jerusalem's Temple Mount this summer, there have been only a few instances of rocket fire from Gaza landing in Israel.

One of the injured was a 26-year-old man who was hit in the head by shrapnel.

The firing of projectiles from the Gaza strip are rarely claimed and are attributed to radical palestinian groups.

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