Israeli fighter jets attacked a military target and a terrorist tunnel on Thursday in response to rocket fire from the Gaza Strip.

The IDF said the airstrike hit a tunnel leading to an underground storage area for raw materials used to manufacture rockets. “The attack will lead to significant damage to the rocket-production process in the Gaza Strip,” the Israel Defense Forces said on Twitter.

The IDF also released a video of the attack.

The rocket launched from Gaza on Wednesday night caused damage to a home in Sderot. A resident of the house says the rocket struck near some cooking gas canisters.

“It is a miracle no one was hurt,” he said, reported Ynet.

This comes after the Israeli Air Force struck a Hamas weapons manufacturing site in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday in a pre-dawn sortie, following a Gazan rocket attack on southern Israel on Monday evening.


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