The Israeli Air Force fired, on Saturday at night, three missiles into two areas in Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Media sources in Khan Younis said the missiles caused damage to structures, apparently used by armed resistance groups, and several homes.

The soldiers also fired missiles into areas northwest of Khan Younis, while Israeli fighter jets were seen flying over Khuza’a town, in Khan Younis.

Palestinian Civil Defense and rescue teams rushed to the bombed areas and confirmed that there have been no civilian casualties.

Israeli media sources claimed that the bombing came after Palestinians launched “a balloon with an explosive attached to it,” and that it landed in the yard of Midreshet Ben-Gurion boarding school.

They also said that two additional explosives, attached to balloons, were found in Ramat HaNegev Regional Council, but did not explode.