Spokesman Yoav Mordechai of the Israel Defense Forces said, Thursday evening, that there was no evidence of a missile hitting the ground in the Gush Dan area around Tel Aviv. The brigadier general said the missile headings were south of the area. He added that safety instructions had not changed for areas more than 40 kilometers/25 miles north of Gaza and that a quiet night was expected. The Magen David Adom emergency service also said it received no reports of missile strikes and did not treat anyone for missile-related reasons.
Islamic Jihad said it fired the two Fajr-5 rockets.