A Qassam rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip and exploded in an open area in the Eshkol Regional Council on Monday evening. No injuries or damages were reported.
This marks the first rocket fired Monday from the Gaza Strip. It was fired in spite of a ceasefire called by the terror groups – led by Hamas and the Islamic Jihad over the weekend.
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The last rocket to be fired from the Gaza Strip was fired at Israel's south on Sunday night. It landed in an open area in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, no one was hurt and no damages were reported. No Color Red alert was sounded before the rocket attack.
Also Sunday, a Grad missile landed in the Bnei Shimon Regional Council not far from Beersheba. Once again, no injuries or damages were reported. The radical Islamist Tawhid al-Jihad terror group took responsibility for the attacks.
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