Israeli media claims Gaza fired rocket toward occupied territories
Israeli media claims that a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip toward the occupied territories saying the rocket landed in a desolate area.
A rocket was launched late Saturday from the Gaza Strip toward the occupied Palestinian territories, Israeli media claimed.
The rocket, according to the media, landed in a desolate area, with no injuries reported from the Israeli side.
The Israeli occupation forces said a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip landed in the occupied territories, causing sirens to blare over the Israeli settlement of "Sha'ar HaNegev" on Saturday evening.
The IOF said they detected a rocket launching from the Gaza Strip, sending an alert on Twitter saying: "Sirens sounding in southern Israel."
The Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip for the first time in a month and for the second time since the end of the latest round of aggression on Gaza.
The Palestinian resistance in August started responding to the Israeli occupation's aggression on the Gaza Strip by launching salvoes of rockets toward the occupied Palestinian territories.
Al-Quds Brigades, PIJ's military wing, announced the martyrdom of Taiseer Al-Jaabari, a military commander in the northern Gaza Strip.
Shortly thereafter, all of the Palestinian resistance factions issued statements condemning the Israeli occupation's aggression and its assassination of resistance figures and leaders, as well as solidifying the resistance's unity against the Israeli aggressors.
Al-Quds Brigades, the PIJ's military wing, started responding to aggression waged by the Israeli occupation on the Gaza strip, which has martyred over a dozen Palestinians and injured dozens of others.
"The rocket fell in an open area near the borders of the Gaza Strip, not far from (the settlement of) Nahal Oz," northwest of Al-Naqab desert, noting that the rocket launch from Gaza comes about three days after the assassination of Jenin Brigade commander Muhammad Ayman al-Saadi.