Israeli warplanes carried out fresh air strikes in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday following a rocket fire, according to the military, reports Anadolu Agency.
The army said fighter jets struck a number of targets belonging to Palestinian groups Hamas, which rules the seaside territory.
No injuries were reported.
The air strikes came shortly after the Israeli army attacked a number of Hamas sites in the southern Gaza Strip after two rockets were fired from the enclave into southern Israel.
The military said a weapons manufacturing site and underground infrastructure were among the sites targeted.
Earlier this month, Israeli forces killed a top commander of Islamic Jihad group, triggering two days of violence that killed at least 34 Palestinians.