Rocket fired from Gaza falls in southern Israel

Two Kassam rockets head toward Israel shortly after they are fired by Palestinians in Gaza (file photo: Edi Israel/Flash90)

Two Kassam rockets head toward Israel shortly after they are fired by Palestinians in Gaza (file photo: Edi Israel/Flash90)

No casualties or damage reported

(SOURCE)  Palestinians in Gaza fired a rocket early Sunday morning at the Eshkol region in southern Israel.

The rocket fell in a field and caused neither casualties nor damage.

 IDF troops were searching for the impact site.

It was the first rocket attack in a week.

Over 100 projectiles fired by terrorists in the Gaza Strip, ruled by the Islamist movement Hamas, have crashed into Israel since the start of 2014, according to military data.

AFP contributed to this report.