A rocket fired from Gaza landed in Ashkelon was the first since a barrage of rocket fire on southern Israel ended.
A school in Beersheba was hit by a Grad rocket, one day after a city resident was killed as rockets from Gaza continue to slam into southern Israel.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he regretted the accidental killing of four members of a Palestinian family in their Gaza home by Israeli tank fire.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would "not tolerate" the bombing of its citizens following a rocket attack on Beersheba. "I do not recommend that anyone test Israel's determination," Netanyahu said Thursday during a joint Cabinet meeting with the Polish government. "We will not tolerate anyone bombing us. This is something that no country in the world would agree to and we will act accordingly."
At least two long-range Grad rockets struck Beersheba, one reportedly hitting an apartment building.
Rockets fired from the Gaza Strip struck southern Israel. Long-range Grad missiles fired Monday night struck the cities of Ofakim and Netivot. In Netivot, four people were treated for shock, and a parked car and a road were damaged when the rocket landed near a residential neighborhood.