Rocket from Gaza Lands Off Israel’s Coast

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After a period of relative quiet, a rocket was again launched from Gaza at Israel last night. Thankfully, The Times of Israel reports, the rocket landed in the sea and injured no one, although it alarmed residents of southern Israel with its loud explosion:

A rocket fired from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip landed in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Israel late Monday night.

The Israel Defense Forces confirmed in a statement that it had identified a launch from the strip. Residents of the south reported hearing explosions, but there were no reports of damage or injuries.

A loud explosion was also heard earlier in the northern Gaza Strip, the Ynet news site reported.

Last week, a rocket fired from northern Gaza landed in an open field inside the Palestinian enclave, short of Israeli territory…

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