Two rockets were lit at the city of Israel of Tel Aviv on Thursday night, putting sirens warning raids in the air, said the country's military. People living in the area reported that they were hearing an explosion
Israeli Israel confirmed in a Hebrew twin that two rocket went into an Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip under the control of Hamas.
Channel Israel says 10 news, citing anonymous military officials, that Fajr rockets were made by Iran. He said one of the rockets had been intercepted and the other landed in an unoccupied area, and no injuries were reported.
Tel Aviv did not attack a rocket or missile fire from the 201
Earlier Thursday, Hamas spread hundreds of Palestinians protesting about poor living conditions on the territory, which Israel and Egypt blocked it since the militant group took over in 2007.  The social media videos spread that police sent live rounds in the air, pushing protesters and pulling them in police vehicles. Hamas says he is restoring after burning the tires and blocking the roads.
Click here to save people in Galway. the motto: "We want to live." These protests were directed at Jebaliya refugee camp in the north, with smaller meetings around the territory.
In addition to Hamas, there are other affiliated groups at Gaza Strip, including Islamic Jihad, an armed organization with great rocket arsenal support. Last month, the group contributed to Iran's television that Tehran helped develop a new missile capable of hitting Tel Aviv, Israel's second most populous city.
The Associated Press helped this report.