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Kassam rocket lands in open area in the South

No injuries or damage reported

An Israeli police sapper carries a Kassam rocket that landed in an open field near the Israel-Gaza border in December 2011. (Illustrative photo; credit: Tsafrir Abayov/Flash90)
An Israeli police sapper carries a Kassam rocket that landed in an open field near the Israel-Gaza border in December 2011. (Illustrative photo; credit: Tsafrir Abayov/Flash90)

A Kassam rocket was fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip Sunday afternoon. It landed in an open area in the Negev Regional Council, a southern district near the Gazan border. There were no injures or damage reported.

The code red system that notifies civilians of an incoming rocket with a loud, warning siren was not activated.

The IDF states that it holds Hamas, which has governed Gaza since 2007, responsible for all terror attacks originating in the Strip.

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