At 1:04 AM Wednesday morning, the red alert siren went off in multiple towns and cities in the south.
Three rockets were launched at Sederot. One rocket landed near a building, but there were no injuries. The rest landed in open areas.
The IAF responded a few minutes after, hitting a target in Gaza.
Update/Correction: Following reports from Palestinian sources that Hamas affiliated Ahmed Jabari was killed in the IAF strike, Palestinian radio announced that Jabari was not killed in the attack.
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