Militant groups in the Gaza Strip fired more Rocket Department To Tel Aviv and the areas surrounding central Israel on Tuesday evening, after warning that they would respond to an Israeli airstrike that destroyed a residential tower in Gaza City earlier on Tuesday, when the violence flared up following a police raid over the al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem over the weekend.
The sounds of Rockets Launched by Hamas and Islamic Jihad and the howl of airstrikes in the city were heard throughout Tel Aviv just before 8pm on Tuesday.
One Israeli dead Eight others were injured by rocket fire in the Tel Aviv area, according to Israeli media, including a 5-year-old girl.
Hamas has previously said the organization would launch 130 rockets into the area.
The attack was a response to Israeli airstrikes that leveled the area Nadi Tower, A recognized building in Gaza that houses members of the Hamas leadership.
Gaza Health Authority says 28 Palestinians, Including 10 children, Have died since Monday evening, most of them from airstrikes.
At least 16 of these casualties were armed, and Hamas rockets were Killed 2 IsraelisAccording to the Israeli army.
Tensions have been at an all-time high between Israel and the Palestinians since the end of the Gaza war in 2014, after protests against efforts to evict six Palestinian families from their homes in a strategic area of East Jerusalem coveted by Jewish settlers escalated into violence. The case will be decided on Monday in the Israeli Supreme Court. Over the weekend, Israeli security forces clashed with Palestinians inside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, the third holiest site for Islam, and sparked clashes that left more than 300 people injured.