The Israeli occupation took the fall of a rocket, said to have been fired from Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening، and landed on the coast of Ashkelon south of occupied Palestinian territory, as an excuse to launch the attack on the strip with artillery and F-35 Planes.
Head of the Emergency department, Ayman al-Sahbani, said that Shifa Hospital received three injuries, two of them were light injuries, and one, 26-year-old was hit with a shrapnel in the head.
"Some time ago a shell hit an open area in the district (city ed.) Ashkelon".
This summer marks three years since Operation Protective Edge, in which thousands of rockets, mortars and other projectiles were launched from Gaza towards Israel and the IDF caused extensive damage with air and ground offensives, aiming to eliminate the terrorist threat.
Missiles and rockets are periodically fired into Israel, generally by hardline Palestinian Islamist groups opposed to Hamas.
According to Palestinian media, one of the strikes targeted the refugee camp of al-Shati, home to Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh.
A rocket was sacked from the Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening.
From the Gaza strip into Israel a rocket was sacked, reports the Times of Israel, citing the Israeli military.
"Israel holds the terrorist organization exclusively responsible for activities on the Strip", stated the IDF after the strike.