The Israeli Air Force (IAF) conducted airstrikes against targets in Gaza on Sunday night after another rocket was fired at Israel’s south from the Palestinian side of the border, the military said.
On Sunday night, incoming rocket sirens sent thousands of Israelis once again rushing to bomb shelters in the southern town of Sderot and the surrounding area. IDF radar stations identified the rocket launch from Gaza. However, the projectile reportedly hit an open field and there were no reports of injuries or damage.
The IDF said that they used fighter planes and other aircraft to target a number of facilities used by Hamas, including “a training camp area and other military infrastructure.” According to Palestinian reports, the IAF targeted sites including one along the beach near Khan Younis in southern Gaza and a Hamas base in Deir el Balah in central Gaza.