Rocket reportedly shot at southern Israel

A rocket has reportedly been shot from Gaza at southern Israel, several Hebrew-language news outlets reports.

No siren sounded for the rocket and investigators are checking whether it landed in Israeli territory, according to news site Walla.

According to Ynet, the rocket landed near the border fence.

There is no confirmation from the IDF.

Earlier in the day, rocket sirens sounded in southern Israel in what turned out to be a false alarm, the army said.

The alarm was reportedly triggered when the Iron Dome anti-missile system accidentally shot off an intercepting rocket, possibly after mistaking light arms fire in Gaza for a rocket.

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