Sirens sound in 'Nahal Oz' after rocket fired from Gaza: Israeli media
The media said that the rocket fell in an open field near occupation settlements bordering Gaza.
Israeli media reported on Saturday that sirens were activated and a red alert was given in the "Nahal Oz" settlement in the Gaza envelope.
Israeli Channel 12 revealed that a rocket landed in an open field near settlements bordering Gaza, noting that there were no casualties.
However, the channel indicated that Iron Dome was not activated.
A few days ago, Israeli media said that in the aftermath of the Jenin operation, "Israel is preparing for the possibility of firing from Gaza and security incidents in occupied Al-Quds and the West Bank."
This came after the killing of 4 Palestinians, including a child, by Israeli occupation forces during a raid on Jenin last Thursday. Among the martyrs were the two commanders, Yusef Shreim (Al-Qassam Brigades), and Nidal Khazim (Jenin Brigade - Al-Quds Brigades).
At the time, the Al-Quds Brigades - Jenin Brigade confirmed that the Israeli occupation's crime in Jenin "will not go unanswered", announcing that the level of readiness among its fighters has been raised to the highest degree.
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