For the second time during Rosh Hashana, Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fired rockets on southern Israel.
Two Qassam rockets fired from the Strip landed Thursday in an open area in the Shaar Hanegev regional council. No injuries or damages were reported in the attack.
Local residents said the Color Red anti-rocket alert system was activated in the area.
One Qassam rocket was fired from Gaza Thursday morning. The rocket landed in an open area as well, and in that case too no injuries or damages were reported. Security forces rushed to the area in order to pinpoint the landing site.
On Wednesday, Gaza Strip terrorists fired a mortar shell that exploded near kindergartens at a southern kibbutz. No injures were reported in that attack, but one of the kindergartens was slightly damaged.
Kindergartens at the kibbutz operate regularly on Friday and on Holy Day eves, yet fortunately the mortar shell was fired about 30 minutes before children were set to arrive at the site.