Israel intercepted rocket fire for a third night in a row on Sunday, with another rocket being intercepted early Monday morning.

Once again the IDF conducted airstrikes on Hamas targets in direct response as the Israeli military holds Hamas responsible for any attack from Gaza.

Israeli “warplanes attacked four military posts tonight, a number of which contained Hamas terror assets,” the Israeli army spokesperson’s unit tweeted.

The military said that “the outposts served as central training complexes of the terrorist organization, including warehouses for storing and manufacturing weapons and even a terror tunnel.”

Air sirens blared in southern Israeli communities Kissufin and Ein Hashosha, mere miles from the Gazan border, at around 2:25 am. The army said that the rocket was intercepted shortly afterward.

Israel reported no injuries, but thousands of Israelis were forced to take cover in shelters for the third consecutive night.