A rocket launched from the Gaza Strip landed in southern Israel overnight, Israel’s army said, with no reported injuries.According to Ma’an, the rocket landed in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council overnight, with Israeli forces conducting searches in the area.

Sirens did not sound before the rocket fire, Israeli media reported.

No Palestinian group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Israeli warplanes attacked several targets across the Gaza Strip on Friday night after rockets were fired at an Israeli town bordering Gaza.

Friday’s rocket fire marked the eleventh such attack to hit Israel since January, according to the Israeli army, with no injuries caused.

Palestinians face near daily incidents of violence by Israeli forces surrounding the Gaza Strip, with 27 incidents of shootings, incursions, and arrests in July this year alone.

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