The Israeli military on Saturday said that a rocket from Gaza had landed in southern Israel the day before, causing no injuries or damage but reminding locals of the tenuousness of a ceasefire signed in August.
An Israeli military spokeswoman told Ma'an that a rocket was fired and hit an open area near the border town of Eshkol.
She said the rocket was fired at 7 pm.
Israeli media reports said that the rocket fell near the border on the Israeli side and exploded upon impact. Sirens warning locals of the rocket fire reportedly failed to activate. more