The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said targets included terror infrastructure in Hamas facilities as well as a facility belonging to the terror group's naval forces.
"We will continue to work against any attempt to harm Israeli citizens and sees the Hamas terror group as responsible for everything that happens in the Gaza Strip and everything that is launched from it," said the statement.
No one was harmed during the Thursday night rocket attack on Sderot, as Yeshiva students were home with their families for Shabbat.
A day earlier, on Wednesday, a rocket fired from Gaza at the Eshkol region was intercepted by the Iron dome. In response, the IDF attacked a tunnel in a Hamas military complex in southern Gaza.
Throughout the week, Gaza region communities have suffered from several fires, destroying acres of crops, caused by incendiary balloons sent from the Gaza strip, marking the gradual rising tensions between Israel and the coastal enclave.
The March of Return protests often turned riots at the Gaza border fence are expected to resume today, after a break for the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr.
This week's events and the way the Friday protest unfolds test and questions the stability of the arrangement reached between Israel and Hamas after the early May flare-up.