The early Age of Israel soon announced that it launched airstrips on “eaves sites in Gaza,” clearance movement after rockets blamed the Hamas militant group to be fired on Tel Aviv.
"We have begun Gaza eruption sites: Details to follow," Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) tweeted .
The strikes were taking place in Khan Younis, about 15 miles south of Ghaza City, according to The Associated Press.
Hamas's naval base was directed, the outlet reported, mentioning Palestinian media.
After his initial position, the military sent "rocket alert" , "explaining that sirens were drawn in Eshkol Regional Council."
The military army later said that Hamas terrorist organization had released the rockets from #Gaza at #TelAviv earlier tonight. " 19659003] Earlier, Hamas and many Palestinian groups rejected the responsibility strongly, according to The Associated Press.
"Sirens sang in southern Israel," said tweet three follow-up
The IDF also announced a successful aerial defense system of one of the two rockets launched from Gaza to Israel to intercept successfully.
RATES MADE AT AVIV TEL, TRIGGERING ON SIRENS RAID
IDF first confirmed that two Ched rockets were launched at Tel Aviv Thursday night from the Gaza Strip under the control of Hamas.
Israel's media reported initially that the country's Dome Iron missile defense system added one of the rockets. However, the IDF subsequently said that neither of the rockets were entering the sea or on open ground.
People living in the area reported that they had heard an explosion in addition to the sirens. It was not clear what caused this explosion. No damage or casualties were reported
Click here for the information and there was no advance notice of the attack and officers were working to find out who had placed the rockets, Brig. Gen Ronen Manelis, chief spokesman of Israel's army said.
There was no immediate liability claim.
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.
Fox News Samuel Chamberlain and The Associated Press contributed to this report.