JERUSALEM — Two rockets had been fired at Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest metropolis, from the Gaza Strip on Thursday, the Israeli army reported.
One landed in an open space. The opposite was intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome missile protection system, the army mentioned.
This was the primary time since 2014 that rockets had been fired into the Tel Aviv space.
Rocket alert sirens sounded throughout town and the mayor of Tel Aviv opened bomb shelters.
Preliminary Israeli information media stories mentioned that there was no injury or casualties.