Israeli military sources reported on Saturday that resistance fighters fired a homemade shell into the Western Negev. The shell landed in an open area causing no damage or injuries.

Israeli officials said that this incident is one of several similar attacks carried by armed groups in Gaza since the fragile ceasefire deal went into effect on June 19.

The ceasefire deal was brokered under extensive Egyptian mediation efforts.

 According to Israeli military sources, Palestinian fighters fired last Wednesday a Qassam homemade shell at the Sha'ar Hanegev area in the Negev. The shell also caused no injuries or damage, the sources said.

The sources added that the shell was fired while Israeli settlers, who were evacuated from the Gaza Strip in 2005, were marking three years since the implementation of the Disengagement Plan.