The Israeli military on Tuesday night attacked five homes of the commanders of the radical Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip, the army press service reported.
In the Gaza Strip, attacks were made on five houses of Hamas commanders. The houses were used for terrorist purposes, some were command headquarters, the military said in a statement.
The military also reported intercepting a UAV approaching the country's border with Jordan.
Earlier this morning, a UAV approaching the Israeli border in the Emek HaMaayanot area in central Israel south of Lake Kinneret was intercepted after being monitored by the Israeli Air Force. Fragments of the UAV were collected by representatives of the security services, the military said in a statement.
According to The Jerusalem Post, it has not yet been possible to establish who controlled the UAV.