A week after rockets were launched from Gaza – with one landing in Israeli territory – The Times of Israel reports that rocket sirens have again sounded in southern Israel:
Rocket sirens rang out in southern Israel Wednesday night, sending residents hurrying to bomb shelters for the second time in a little over a week.
Alarms were heard in the Sdot Negev and Hof Ashkelon regions bordering the northern Gaza Strip, as well as the towns of Netivot and Ashkelon.It was not immediately clear if rockets were shot or the siren was a false alarm. Gazan missile tests have also been known to trigger sirens.
Two rockets landed in the Sdot Negev region, but caused no casualties or damage, news site Ynet reported.