The Israeli Air Force attacked targets in the Gaza Strip overnight Monday after two rockets launched from the Hamas-controlled territory landed in the southern part of the country earlier in the day.
The two targets, a hidden rocket launcher in the central Gaza Strip and a terrorist target in the northern part of the territory, were hit in pinpoint strikes by Israeli planes.
Palestinian sources said the first raid targeted a training camp of the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, near the Nuseirat refugee camp in the center of the Gaza Strip.
The second raid was said to have occurred near the community of Beit Lahiya, the security sources said.
On Monday night, a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip exploded in the Hof Ashkelon area of southern Israel. No injuries or damage were reported.
Earlier Monday, a Code Red alert sounded in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council after a rocket launched from within Gazan territory was detected. No injuries or damage were reported in the earlier rocket attack.
There have been 33 rocket attacks on Israeli towns and territory from the Hamas-controlled territory since the beginning of 2014, the IDF noted on Sunday.
AFP contributed to this report.