Four Palestinian civilians of one family were wounded when a shell landed on their house in Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip on Saturday morning, Palestinian medical sources reported.

There are conflicting reports about whether what fell on the house was dropped from an drone or a home-made projectile, like what is used by the Palestinian resistance.

Dr. Marwan Sa’ad, director of Al-Awda hospital said after examining the wounded that their injuries are caused by fragments of a rocket that was shot from an Israeli drone.

He added, "All the injured belong to the Asalia familiy, two of them are children," and described the injuries of one of them as serious.

Some Palestinian security source said it is not clear yet if it was a locally-made rocket.

On the other hand, the Qassam brigade, the armed wing of Hamas declared that they have fired four home-made projectiles at Israeli target in response to the killing of 10 Palestinians civilians on Gaza beach on Friday.