A rocket fired Tuesday night from the Gaza Strip landed in a parking lot in Netivot. One man was lightly injured by shrapnel and 11 others were treated for shock. A number of cars were damaged. In all 13 rockeets and mortar shellls landed in Israeli territory on Tuesday, despite the cease fire that went into effect at 1 AM on Tuesday. Air force planes attacked two targets early Wednesday morning at the northern end of the Gaza Strip in response to the rocket fire. Meanwhile, the Home Front Command announced that schools in the south would reopen on Wednesday and classes would be held as usual. In the Ashkelon area, two rockets landed Tuesday evening, after they were fired from the Gaza Strip. No one was hurt. It's been announced that schools throughout the south will operate normally Wednesday. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says Israel will respond to any attempts to violate the Egyptian-brokered truce that has gone into effect after four days of cross-border violence with Palestinians in Gaza.
In a speech in Jerusalem, Netanyahu said: "Our message is that quiet will bring quiet. Anyone who violates it, or even tries to violate it, our guns will find him."