Israel fired by missiles from Egypt
- Author: Megan Austin Feb 22, 2017,
Feb 22, 2017, 0:53
Two rockets fired from the Sinai Peninsula targeted southern Israel on Monday morning, landing in open fields, said the IDF.
The missiles landed in an open area and did not result in any casualties, according to an army statement.
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. It comes a day after an Isis affiliate claimed that several of its members had been killed by an Israeli drone.
Monday's rocket fire followed reports by the Islamic State-affiliated Amaq news agency that four Islamic State terrorists were killed Saturday night in an Israeli drone strike in the northern Sinai.
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Israel has not retaliated against the rockets. They were reportedly planning to launch missiles.
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.
It was clear that Liberman's allusion was a response to the recent rocket attack launched from Sinai towards Israeli territories. Lieberman said that while IS in Sinai, know as Wiyalet, is "annoying" and "hindersome", it does not possess the means to pose a serious threat to Israel's security like terror groups Hamas or Hezbollah.