Two mortar shells containing white phosphorus were fired from Gaza towards civilians in Eshkol.
Qassam explodes in Sha’ar Hanegev (no injuries).
Three mortar shells fired into Eshkol.
Israel responded immediately to the mortar shells by targeting the terrorists involved.
The following day Israel responded by targeting six locations in Gaza; two weapon storage facilities, three smuggling tunnels and a weapons manufacturing facility.
Qassam from Gaza landed in Sha’ar Hanegev (no injuries).
Rocket fired into Ashkelon exploded between two homes. Shrapnel penetrated one of the homes were civilians were sitting, but fortunately there were no injuries. The rocket also cut off power.
Rocket fired into Eshkol (no injuries).
Israel responded to this attack and that of February 10 by targeting three tunnels used for terror activity and a weapons manufacturing facility in the north. One civilian is reported to have died.
Israel responded by striking a Hamas militant site in Gaza City and a Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant site in Neseirat.
Palestinians took advantage of the stormy weather as it hinders Israeli rocket warning systems, firing two rockets. One landed in Eshkol and one in Ashkelon (no injuries).
At around 11:30am three rockets (one Grad, two Kassam) landed near Be’er Sheva (no injuries). The launch of a fourth rocket failed, exploding on a home in Gaza (no injuries).
Israel responded by targeting a weapon manufacturing site.
Two Qassams fired at Sdot Negev during the night (no injuries).
A mortar shell fired at Eshkol during the night (no injuries).
Four rockets explode in Eshkol and Sha’ar Hanegev (no injuries).
In response Israel attacked two terror locations in Northern Gaza. In addition, a terror cell attempting to launch a further rocket was targeted. Two Palestinians were lightly hurt.
In response, a weapons factory and a weapon smuggling tunnel were targeted. Israel also targeted a terror cell as it was preparing a rocket launch(two injuries).
Kassam fired into Eshkol (no injuries).
Israel sends letter to the UN, “ten days, ten rockets, and not one condemnation”.
Three rockets fired into Ashkelon (no injuries).
Kassam fired into Eshkol (no injuries).
Mortar shell fired into Eshkol (no injuries [although Purim celebrations were disrupted]).
In response to the March 2 and March 8 attacks on Eshkol, Israel killed the secretary-general of the Popular Resistance Committee terror group, Zuhir al-Qaisi. Ahmad al-Khanini, a senior PRC militant was also killed. A third person received injuries however survived. Al-Qaisi was also one of the masterminds behind the 2011 Southern Israel cross-border attack which killed 8 Israelis (6 civilian) and injured over 40.
More than 40 rockets fired into Israel. Iron Dome intercepts 90% of the rockets. As a response, 15 Islamic Jihad operatives were killed, additionally one 12-year-old civilian was also caught up.
During the night, a rocket fired at Beersheba damaged a building and activated air raid sirens. A second rocket fired at the city was intercepted by Iron Dome.
Two rockets fired at Ashdod were intercepted by Iron Dome.
A rocket fired at Beersheba from the northern Gaza Strip landed in an open area.
A Qassam rocket exploded in Sha’ar Hanegev.
Two rockets fired at Ashkelon were intercepted by Iron Dome.
Shortly before 2 pm, a Qassam rocket exploded in a farm in Eshkol.
Two rockets hit Sha’ar Hanegev within the space of an hour.
Two rockets fired at Ashdod were intercepted by Iron Dome.
After nightfall, shrapnel from a rocket intercepted over Ashkelon by Iron Dome fell on a home in the city.
A rocket landed near a farming facility in Be’er Tuvia.
A Qassam rocket hit a stable near Kiryat Malachi, killing a horse.
Five rockets exploded in open areas in Eshkol.
In response to the previous day’s constant rocket attacks, the Israeli Air Force target three locations, including a manufacturing site and a rocket launching quad. Two militants were killed.
Total of at least 39 rockets hit Israel. Some of those include;
- In the morning, two rockets were fired into Israel, one into the Eshkol Regional Council and one at Ashkelon.
- Later in the morning, several rockets were fired at Ashdod, at least one of which was intercepted by Iron Dome.
- Shrapnel from a rocket fired at Beersheba and intercepted by Iron Dome fell on the city. A vehicle and a sewer pipe were damaged and several residents suffered from shock.
- A rocket hit a school in Beersheba, exploding in its courtyard and damaging its outer walls and disconnecting parts of the neighborhood from landlines. A second rocket landed in the middle of a residential neighborhood in the city; fifteen homes were damaged and several residents suffered from shock.
- Two rockets were launched at Ofakim.
- Three Qassam rockets exploded in Eshkol.
- Two rockets fired at Ashkelon were intercepted by Iron Dome.
- Two Qassam rockets landed in Eshkol.
- Late at night, four Grad rockets were fired at Ashkelon. Some were intercepted by Iron Dome.
In response to the previous day’s rocket fire, Israel unleashes air strikes on Gaza. 18 killed, including a 15-year-old school boy. The death of the school boy was later revealed to be unrelated to the Israeli air strikes.
Total of 42 rockets hit Israel. Including;
- During the night, seven Qassam rockets were fired into Eshkol. One landed in a village and damaged several homes and vehicles.
- In the morning, three rockets were fired at Beersheba. One was intercepted by Iron Dome and the two others landed outside the city.
- In the morning, five rockets fired at Ashdod were intercepted by Iron Dome. At least one additional rocket landed near the city.
- Two trucks that were transporting goods from Israel into the Gaza Strip were damaged by mortar shells on the Gazan side of the Kerem Shalom border crossing.
- A Qassam rocket landed in Eshkol.
- Two Qassam rockets landed in the Sha’ar Hanegev.
- Around 1 pm, two Grad rockets exploded near Beersheba.
- Around 1:30 pm, a Qassam rocket exploded in Eshkol.
- Around 1:30 pm, two rockets landed near Gedera. Two vehicles were damaged, and several people suffered from shock.
- Around 2:30 pm, three rockets exploded in Eshkol.
- Around 2:30 pm, a rocket exploded in Ashdod. Two people were injured by shrapnel, and several other people suffered from shock. Damage was to caused to stores and a vehicle. Two other rockets fired at the city were intercepted by Iron Dome.
- Around 4:30 pm, a rocket exploded near Ofakim.
- Around 5 pm, a rocket fired at Ashdod was intercepted by Iron Dome.
- Around 6:30 pm, two rockets exploded in Eshkol.
- Around 8 pm, two rockets fired at Ashkelon were intercepted by Iron Dome. A third rocket landed in an open area.
- Around 9 pm, two mortar shells were fired into Israel.
- Around 10 pm, a Qassam rocket exploded in Eshkol.
Palestinians break informal ceasefire by sending 7 rockets and 10 mortars at Israel. Including;
- Before morning, a rocket exploded in Shaar Hanegev.
- In the morning, a mortar shell landed in Ashkelon.
- In the morning, a Qassam rocket exploded in Eshkol.
- Around 10:30 am, a mortar shell fired at the Ashkelon landed within the Gaza Strip.
- Around noon,six mortar shells were fired into Eshkol.
- Around 7 pm, a Qassam rocket was fired into Ashkelon.
- Around 8 pm, a mortar shell was fired into Eshkol.
- Around 11 pm, a rocket exploded in a parking lot in Netivot. A 40-year-old man was injured by shrapnel, and 20 people were treated for shock. Several vehicles were damaged.
IAF aircraft struck terror hubs (including rocket launching site and smuggling tunnel) in Gaza in retaliation during early morning. The death of 8-year-old Barka al-Mugrahbi was initially blamed on Israel however later it was revealed that the boy was killed after being shot in the head as gunmen were firing in the air during a funeral procession of a militant.
In the morning, Palestinians fired a Qassam rocket into Sdot Negev.
Several hours later, a Grad rocket fired at Beersheba was intercepted by Iron Dome.
After nightfall, a Grad rocket fired at Ashdod was intercepted by Iron Dome.
Around 9 pm, a rocket was fired into Eshkol.
Around 9:30 pm, a rocket exploded in Ashkelon.
Militants fire mortar shell at IDF near Gaza border.
Israeli aircraft targeted Gaza militants just as they were about to launch rockets.
Israel retaliates by bombing a weapon smuggling tunnel in Northern Gaza. None injured.
Ahmed Nassir infiltrated Israel and opened fire on soldiers. This lead to his own death, and the death of Golani Brigade St.-Sgt. Netanel Moshiashvili ע״ה (aged 21).
Israel responded with air strikes on terror facilities associated with Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. One militant killed, two others wounded.
Israeli aircraft targeted a weapon manufacturing facility in the south of Gaza and terror activity in the central Gaza Strip.
Two Islamic Jihad militants killed in response to recent shootings.
Four Kassam rockets fired into Israel. Israeli air strikes killed four Palestinians in response.
Over 50 Kassam rockets launched into Southern Israel.
In response to rocket attacks, Israeli air strikes killed six people (including two teenagers). Hamas reported a two-year old girl was killed by an Israeli air strike however it was revealed that her death was caused by a failed rocket launch.
Additionally another child (5-years-old) was killed. Israel initially accused of his death however the UN later stated that his death was also caused by a Hamas rocket exploding prematurely.
Over 100 rocket launched at Israel from the Gaza strip.
Israeli aircraft attacked Gaza terror cells, one militant from Islamic Jihad reported dead. Three others injured.
11 people killed in Gaza as a response to over 130 rocket attacks in the space of five days, two of which are civilians (one reported to be a 6-year-old).
There may be some rocket attacks/air strikes missing from the more recent events as full reports are yet to be published.