Israel Says Two Rockets Fired from Gaza

Two rockets were fired into southern Israel from the Gaza Strip, Israeli military sources claimed Friday night.

“One of the rockets crashed in an open field on the Israeli side of the border barrier, while another fell short and landed in the city of Beit Hanoun on the northeast edge of Gaza,” the sources added.

Last Thursday, Israeli warplanes struck two sites belonging to Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza.

The new tension was the first in nearly six months, ending one of the longest periods of quiet on the Gaza border in years.

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