While the rockets did not cross the border into Israel, they came close enough to set off the red alert.
Some 17,000 Gazans with permits have been unable to enter Israel and go to their jobs over the past two weeks, due to the violence and Jewish holiday closures.
The IDF used a remotely unmanned aircraft (drone/UAV) to attack a Hamas terrorist military position in the Rafah area, in southern Gaza.
Israeli soldiers were kept busy on the southern border over the Yom Kippur holiday.
Gaza terrorists also launched multiple incendiary balloons across the border on Friday; at least two started fires in Israeli territory.
Hamas’s collaboration with Iran and Hezbollah has angered Qatar, which supports Syrian rebel groups and opposes Syria’s return to the Arab League.
Ammonium chloride is a dual-use substance known to be used by the terrorist organizations in Gaza.
During the chaos, the attackers attempted to launch an explosive device over the border into Israeli territory. The bomb exploded in the Gaza Strip.
The Gazan's terrorist leadership is not happy with Israel's threat to start targeting them.
The U.S. State Department released a fact sheet about the memorandum of understanding that Washington and Jerusalem signed on July 19.
Because grapes are particularly sensitive to shifting temperatures and weather patterns, this year’s harvest was seriously affected.
A Lebanese news outlet cited Israeli media reports saying Israel is about to carry out a “major operational activity” in response to the escalation of terror in Judea and Samaria.
Hundreds of Gazans descended on the security fence, launching explosive devices toward Israeli territory.
As with Sunday's incident, it's not yet clear which terrorist organization was responsible for the launch.
"The UAV did not pose a threat to residents of southern Israel, and no alerts were activated according to protocol," the IDF said.
Rami al-Farra died "in Russia during a missile attack."
Israeli inspectors have foiled numerous attempts to smuggle weapons and military equipment into Gaza since the Hamas terrorist organization seized control over the enclave.
Those who were condemned to die allegedly were paid by Israel to provide names, phone numbers, addresses and sites of weapon caches belonging to Gaza terrorists.
In a procession in Nuseirat, the participants chanted, "Shame, shame, the people are the victims."
This week dozens of Hamas’s “Restraint Police,” stormed Rafah’s Al Awda mosque, which is considered one of the centers of power for the Islamic Jihad and a meeting place for its operatives.
A few homes in Sderot were hit by rocket fragments.
So far Hamas is staying out of this fight.
Hamas is demanding a share of the revenues before they are transferred to Ramallah.
Tzachi HaNegbi said the plan will only be implemented if Hamas releases its Israeli hostages.
The author attempts for the first time to examine and challenge the assumptions behind accepting an Islamist statelet committed to its destruction on its southern border.
Cairo would take a broader role in the economy and Israel would get "quiet."
Yosef Masoud is a member of the Izz a-Din Al-Qassam battalion -- the military wing of Gaza’s ruling Hamas terrorist organization.
Israel is reportedly suspending the payments to keep the money from reaching the hands of Hamas, which is backed by Iran.
For years, Qatar has been providing local Gaza families with stipends of $100 per month.
No one came to Islamic Jihad's aid, so they were forced to concede.