No injuries were reported after two rockets fired from Sinai, likely by ISIS terrorists, landed near Israeli communities.
Sirens went off across the northwestern Negev Sunday night as rockets fell close to a number of communities in the region.
The IDF confirmed that rockets had been fired and said it was conducting searches to see where they had fallen. No casualties have been reported.
An IDF spokesman said two rockets had been fired from the Sinai Peninsula.
A spokesperson for the Eshkol Regional Council said none of the communities in the region had been hit and that searches were ongoing to find where the rockets had fallen.