On the evening of June 26th a missile fired from the Gaza Strip exploded in the Western Negev district.
“A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip hit southern Israel Monday night, not causing any damage, but breaking a tense calm amid rising tensions with the Palestinian enclave.
The Israeli military said the projectile landed in open area in the Sha’ar Hanegev region.
“No injuries have been reported. Forces are searching the area,” the army said in a statement.”
Neither the missile attack nor the response received any BBC coverage.
Since the beginning of this year ten separate incidents of missile fire from either the Gaza Strip or the Sinai Peninsula have taken place. The BBC’s English language services have not informed audiences…
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