Israeli army admitted on Sunday that Palestinian resistance fighters fired a Qassam home made shell from the northern West Bank toward centrals Israel in mid December.

An army spokesman reported that a "simple, homemade projectile of the Qassam variety" was fired in mid December toward Israel, but fell near the former armistice line between the West Bank and Israel.
The spokesman stated the projectile, reportedly fired from the village of Damun in the northern West Bank, caused no casualties or damage.
She added that the projectile was "primitive" compared to the Qassam missiles used in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli officials repeatedly expressed concerns regarding the ability of resistance fighters in the West Bank to fire at targets inside Israel, and the West Bank, given the proximity of Israeli settlements and towns both in the West Bank itself and across the borders.