Israeli Air Force aircraft attacked a Hamas position in the northern Gaza Strip early Friday morning in response to a rocket attack several hours earlier, the army said.
“The IDF sees the Hamas terror group as the sole party responsible for what takes place in the Gaza Strip and for what emanates from it,” an Israel Defense Forces spokesperson said.
There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in the strike.
It wasn’t clear whether the rocket fired from the Gaza Strip toward Israel Thursday night had landed in Israeli territory, the army said earlier.
No rocket sirens were triggered, indicating the projectile was not headed for a populated area in Israel.
No impact site was immediately identified, and the Israeli military said it was investigating.
On Monday, sirens sounded near the Gaza border, but no rocket impact site was found, and the IDF said it was possible the sirens had been a false alarm.
The last several weeks have been relatively calm along the Gaza border, with no rockets fired out of the Palestinian enclave.