Published: Thu, February 23, 2017
Finance | By Laverne Griffith

Rockets from Sinai hit Israel, no casualties: army


Two rockets fired from Egypt's Sinai Peninsula fell to earth in southern Israel, the Israeli military said Monday.

The website cited sources in the Israeli army as saying that the warning sirens did not go off in the area in which the rockets exploded.

The photos were released two days after the announcement of the group taking responsibility for the rocket attack launched from the Sinai against southern Israel's Eshkol Regional Council district.

B'chasdei Shamayim, no injuries were reported in Monday's incident.

This followed an ISIS claim of an Israeli drone attack earlier on one of their vehicles near Egyptian Rafah in northern Sinai, killing at least five of their members.

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In a statement on social media, the group said it had fired two Katyusha rockets at "southern Palestine", according to the Walla news site.

Most of the attacks have taken place in the north of the Sinai Peninsula, which borders Israel and the Palestinian Gaza Strip, though attacks have reached Cairo.

The claims have not been confirmed by any Israeli or Egyptian authorities. The Iron Dome missile system intercepted three projectiles while a fourth landed in open territory.

The group said the attack was launched "in order to teach the Jews and the crusaders a proxy war will not avail them of anything", and threatened future "calamitous" attacks. Jerusalem and Cairo have been closely cooperating in the Sinai Peninsula in the fight against ISIS militants since Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's rise to power.

Bashat asserted that Israel will not be able to respond to the rockets fired from Sinai against its territories because of the peace treaty signed in 1979.

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