Palestinian terrorists in Gaza fired two rockets into rural areas of
southern Israel on Monday.
One rocket slammed into a field in the Ashkelon Regional Council,
failing to cause injuries.
A second landed in the neighboring Sha´ar Hanegev Regional Council.
The second rocket failed to trigger the Red Alert warning system, and
no siren was sounded in the area prior to the falling of the
projectile. Authorities were investigating the reason for the failure.
On Sunday a Kassam rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into southern
Israel, landing in the Sha´ar Hanegev Regional Council area.