A missile launched from Gaza hit a home in central Israel on Monday, injuring six people. Israeli military said they had identified a missile fired from the Gaza Strip and were investigating.
Police and medics said the home was hit and lit, and six people were injured. north of Tel Aviv, came in a moment of high tension before the anniversary of protests on the Gaza border and the 9 April election campaign in Israel.
The incident came 10 days after the missiles were fired at Tel Aviv. Hamas leaders in Gaza say they were fired accidentally.
There was no immediate claim to accountability for the incident on Monday. Explosions were heard in Central Israel when airborne sirens were being emitted
The Israeli emergency service said it treated six of the wound building occupants. The group won a decisive victory in the parliamentary elections a year earlier, but Western governments, including the European Union and the United States, refused to acknowledge their victory. The Palestinian Authority, which led to their expulsion from the strip.
The same summer, Israel and Egypt imposed a continuous land, sea, and air blockade on the coastal enclave. Israel also led three offensives for Gaza since December 2008. The last such offensive was in 201
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