TEL AVIV, November 21. / TASS /. Palestinian radicals from the Gaza Strip fired one missile into Israel on Saturday evening. This was reported by the press service of the Israeli army.
"After the air raid sirens went off in the city of Ashkelon (a large city in southern Israel – TASS), a launch was identified. One missile was fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel," the statement said. The Israeli state radio station Kan reports that the rocket fell in an uninhabited area, but no casualties were reported.
The previous time, Palestinian radicals from the Gaza Strip fired rockets at Israel on November 15. In response, on the same day, Israeli fighters, helicopters and tanks attacked several military positions of the Hamas movement. After this shelling, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened the radicals in Gaza with a "high price" for continuing to launch missiles.