Israel says its military has struck Hamas targets in Gaza in response to a rocket attack by a Palestinian enclave.
The Israeli air force has struck two missile production sites, a military unit and “underground infrastructure,” the Israeli Defense Forces said on Sunday.
According to the army, a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip in Israel on Saturday night, shortly after warning sirens sounded in the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon.
The military statement did not provide further details, but emergency services said they had not notified anyone injured, and Israeli media reported that the shell had fallen in the open.
The latest reported fire from a Hamas-run Palestinian enclave came after two rockets were fired from the coastline of neighboring Israel in the early hours of last Sunday.
There were no casualties or damage in this attack. Israel retaliated with fighter jets, helicopters and tanks, hitting Hamas targets, according to the military.
There was no claim of responsibility for the rocket fire on November 1
In August, Hamas announced that it had reached Qatar’s mediation with Israel to end more weeks of cross-border fire exchanges.
Hamas, considered by Israel to be a terrorist group, took control of Gaza from its rival Palestinian movement, Fatah, in 2007. Since then, Hamas has waged three devastating wars with Israel on the coastal territory, home to about two million Palestinians.
Since then, Israel has maintained a crippling blockade in the Gaza Strip to isolate Hamas.