Lebanon on Wednesday launched four rockets towards northern Israel.
The Israeli military forces said one rocket was intercepted with the Iron Dome, another landed in open ground and two fell into the sea after sirens blared in the Mediterranean port of Haifa and areas to the east.
“We are prepared for any scenario on any front,” the Israel Defense Forces said in a tweet.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the rocket attack.
Three Palestinians were killed including a journalist with Hamas’s Al-Aqsa radio station in overnight air strikes according to local officials.
Since fighting began on May 10, 223 people, of which 63 are children have been killed in Gaza and more than 1,500 people have been wounded according to Palestinian medical officials.
Israeli authorities said the death toll in Israel includes two children.
The U.N. humanitarian agency said nearly 450 buildings have been destroyed or badly damaged in Gaza, including six hospitals and nine primary-care health centres, and more than 52,000 Palestinians have been displaced.
Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority in a televised statement said Palestinians would not hesitate to pursue Israel which he accused of carrying out “organised state terrorism and war crimes” in front of international courts.
“We’re not standing with a stopwatch; we are taking care of the operation’s objectives,” Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netnayahu said in a press briefing on Wednesday.
“We are engaged right now in forceful deterrence, but I have to say we don’t rule out anything” Netanyahu added.