JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel’s Air Force attacked what it said were two weapons storage facilities in the Gaza Strip.
Direct hits were identified in the early Wednesday morning attacks, according to statement from the Israel Defense Forces spokesperson’s office.
The statement said that the sites were targeted in response to rocket fire from Gaza on southern Israeli communities. So far in 2012, over 270 rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza, including at least two this week.
Last weekend, the Air Force struck three weapons production sites in central Gaza, and two terror tunnels. The Palestinian Ma’an news agency reported that the strikes hit a poultry farm and a naval police post.