Two rockets were launched by Palestinians from the Gaza Strip into Israel and intercepted by the Israeli missile shield, the Israeli army said on Friday (December 25) shortly after the alarm systems sounded in the southern Hebrew state. .
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Warning sirens had sounded shortly before in the southern port city of Ashkelon and in areas surrounding the Palestinian enclave under Israeli blockade for more than a decade, the military said in a statement.
Two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory (...) and were intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system
," said the army, which did not report any damage or damage. victim.
The Israeli medical emergencies indicated that several people in shock had been received by their services.
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The last rocket fire from Gaza, under the control of Islamist Hamas, into Israeli territory was over a month ago.
Hamas and Israel have fought three wars (2008, 2012, 2014).
Despite a truce in recent months, the two sides clash sporadically with rocket fire from Gaza and retaliation from the Israeli army.