The Tel Aviv regime says two rockets fired from the blockaded Gaza Strip have hit southern Israel.
Louba Samri, a spokeswoman of the Israeli police, said on Thursday that two rockets fell into “uninhabited areas of the Eshkol region” without causing any casualties or damages. On April 17, the Israeli military said that two rockets fired from Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula hit Eilat resort in southern Israel. However, Cairo denied the report. Also on April 4, the Tel Aviv regime said a number of rockets were fired from Gaza with one exploding inside Israel. The incident took place two days after Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes against Gaza. The Israeli airstrikes are seen as a violation of a truce that ended an eight-day Israeli war on the Palestinian territory in November 2012. Over 160 Palestinians, including women and children, were killed and about 1,200 others injured in the Israeli war on Gaza from November 14 to 21. The Israeli regime and the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas agreed to an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire.