The Israeli military said on Thursday that three rockets launched from Gaza Strip landed near Ashkelon city in south Israel.
A military spokesman was quoted by Israeli radio as saying that Palestinian armed men fired the rockets targeting the city, but landed in the coastal area of Ashkelon.
The Israeli spokesman claimed as well that the missile attack did not cause any human casualty or material damage.
No Palestinian group claimed responsibility for the attack.
In recent days, Palestinian resistance groups claimed responsibility for shelling southern Israeli towns, in response to repeated attempts by Jewish radicals to storm Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Palestinian Martyr Battalions of Abu Ali Mustapha, the military Wing of the Palestinian Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, claimed responsibility for firing couple of mortar rounds targeting an Israeli unit in east Gaza.