Israeli army says rocket fired from Gaza towards south – Middle East Monitor
A rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip towards southern Israel, the Israeli military said on Saturday. Anadolu reports.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said in a statement that the rocket landed in an open area, without causing damage or injuries.
Sirens were also heard in the town of Nahal Oz, close to the border with Gaza, according to the IDF.
This incident happened after Israeli forces killed four Palestinians on Thursday in the city of Jenin in the north of the West Bank.
There has been tension across the West Bank in recent months amid repeated Israeli raids on Palestinian towns.
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