VIDEO - Two Qassam rockets fired from the northern Gaza Strip on Wednesday landed in the Zikim area, south of Ashkelon. No injuries or damage were reported. The rockets were fired a few hours after the IDF's Zikim military base, a basic training facility located in the vicinity, held a festive ceremony marking the end of its instructional activities in the area. On Tuesday afternoon, three Qassam rockets went off in open fields in the western Negev, with no damage or injuries reported. Two mortar shells were also fired at the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council on Tuesday, with no injuries or damage caused. Video courtesy of Infolive.tv Following the daily attacks from Gaza, Israel decided to cut back on the transfer of goods to the Strip. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on Tuesday he was deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation in Gaza and urged Israel to allow UN aid workers into the territory. In total, since the violation of the calm on November 4, when IDF forces entered Gaza to detonate a tunnel to be used for terror attacks on Israel, dozens of Qassam rockets and mortar shells were fired on the Negev. Most of the rockets landed in open fields, but one Qassam hit the yard of a house in Sderot leaving one person lightly injured.