IDF fighter jets have targeted Hamas sites after a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip Sunday evening.

Sirens sounded in the southern Israeli city of Sderot and in the area surrounding the Gaza Strip sending residents to shelter. No injuries were reported as the Iron Dome Aerial Defense System intercepted the rocket.

The IDF’s retaliatory strike hit a concrete manufacturing site used for underground infrastructure construction as well as military subterranean facilities belonging to the Hamas terror organization.

An IDF statement said Israel views any terror activity with great severity and will continue operating as necessary against attempts to harm Israeli civilians.

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