Residents living in the area said they heard two loud explosions, but reported no injuries or property damage.
IDF personnel were investigating to see whether rockets were fired from Gaza.
She is afraid to stay in Israel; but she's also afraid to return to the Palestinian Authority, where she fears she will arrested.
"The security of the residents of the south is just as important as the security of the rest of Israel."
The truce was mediated by Egyptian security personnel.
Iron Dome fighters have intercepted more than 100 of the 460 launches that were identified as having been fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory.
In an open miracle, despite the awful damage, not one person was physically injured.
The IDF Armored Corps and infantry continues to gather at Israel's southern border along the Gaza Strip.
"The world has grown tired of Hamas' violence and the violence of other bad actors in Gaza.
The city of Ashkelon has come under heavy attack from Hamas, with at least two Israeli civilian deaths and numerous injuries reported.
One man was killed and 2 women injured when a rocket hit a building in Ashkelon.
United Hatzalah has sent down volunteers and supplies to help Israelis under rocket fire.
A bus was hit by a rocket.
Iron Dome intercept 3 rockets.
At least 10 Gaza terrorist rockets were identified as having reached Israeli territory between 10:30 pm and midnight Sunday night.
Residents of southern Israel were advised to remain close to their bomb shelters and safe spaces for the rest of the night.
The Israeli Air Force took to the skies and stayed there, striking 80 sites belonging to Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist organization.
The Red Alert siren was activated in the Central Negev region.
Gunfire emanating from Gaza apparently triggered the rocket alert sirens, the IDF said.
"These steps are only temporary and aim at avoiding war. We must never forget that, at its heart, Gaza is not a humanitarian problem, it is a political problem."
The money is being allocated for emergency preparedness and for the maintenance of routine services for residents in the communities along the Gaza border.
Lapid blamed the Netanyahu administration for Wednesday's devastating rocket attack in Be'er Sheva: "This is the result of a government that for nearly five years hasn't decided what its policy is [regarding Gaza]."
The group is allegedly a radical faction that once was part of Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas’s Fatah faction.
The rocket alert went off in the Ashkelon Beach region at 8:33 AM on Wednesday.
The rocket hit the family's home, right after they closed the bomb shelter door.