Two rockets fired on Israel land in Gaza

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"The IDF struck two terror targets in Gaza in response to rocket fire from the northern Gaza Strip that landed in Israeli territory and to an earlier launch that landed within the Gaza Strip", an IDF spokesman said.

Israel holds Hamas responsible for all activity happening in the Gaza Strip.

At around 6:30 pm sirens sounded in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council in the northwestern Negev.

Gaza residents said there were no casualties from the Israeli attack and that two unmanned lookout posts were hit.

The army also fired several missiles and shells into Palestinian lands, in borer areas of the Gaza Strip.

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