Israeli sources reported that two Grad shells were fired, overnight Saturday, from the Gaza Strip into the Netivot settlement, leading to a number of mild injuries. The latest incident comes a few days after the Israeli army killed six Palestinians in the coastal region.The Israeli daily Jerusalem Post’s website reported that a grad missile was fired into Beer Sheba (Be’er al-Sabe’), in the south of the country, and that the missile landed in an open area leading to no injuries or damages.

The Jerusalem Post added that another missile was fired into Netivot hitting two homes causing extensive damage. Three Israelis were mildly injured as they fell down while running to shelters.

Israeli soldiers, on Wednesday at night and on Thursday morning, killed six Palestinians during a series of air strikes targeting the Gaza Strip.

Three Palestinians were killed, late on Wednesday at night, when the Israeli Air Force fired missiles into an area east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza, and three more Palestinians were killed, on Thursday morning, when the army bombarded Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.