Palestinian gunmen fired six rockets at southern Israel on Monday, according to the Israeli army.
Three Grad missiles were fired at the Be'r Al-Sabe' (BeerSheba) and two others were fired and landed in Sderot town in northeast of Israel, an army spokesman said, cited by local media.
The sixth missile hit the western Negev, he said.
No one was hurt in the attacks.
Meanwhile, a Palestinian human rights center condemned the Israeli aggression against Gaza Strip.
Al-Meezan (scale) center said the international community did not react to the 12 Palestinians who were killed by the Israeli army forces over the past two days.
The Gaza-based center said the Israeli occupation forces were escalating their assault against the Strip
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