Israeli airstrikes hit rockets depot in Gaza in response to 2 rockets fired toward Sderot

BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets struck a rocket depot in Gaza in response to two rockets fired earlier toward Sderot in southern Israel.

Jets and drones are still flying over Gaza at low altitudes.

“Earlier tonight, rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel. In response, our Air Force just struck Hamas terror targets in Gaza, including a military compound used to store rocket ammunition. We will continue to operate against any attempts to harm Israeli civilians,” the IDF said in a statement.

Code Red rocket sirens sounded tonight in Sderot and Ibim.

The IDF confirmed that two rockets fired from Gaza toward Sderot were successfully intercepted by the Iron Dome Missile Defense System.

Two people were lightly wounded when shrapnel from the Iron Dome interception above Sderot landed on their home.

Earlier tonight, Israeli fighter jets bombed Hamas terror targets in Gaza in response to hundreds of explosive devices and firebombs attached to balloons launched by Muslim terrorists toward southern Israel.

Hundreds of Muslim terrorists were rioting tonight along the security border fence with Gaza. They were burning tires, throwing explosive devices and keeping Israeli civilians awake and the IDF busy all night long. Fearing for their lives, they fled the border like rats at the beginning of the strikes.

At least 28 fires broke out on Saturday in southern Israel due to firebombs attached to balloons, launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza into Israel.