Rockets fired from Sinai to desert of Israel
From the Egyptian Sinai peninsula Monday, two missiles fired to Israel. They fell in open ground in the Negev desert, no victims, said a spokeswoman of the Israeli army.
The Egyptian branch of the group Islamic State reported Sunday night that five supporters were killed by an Israeli airstrike in the north of the Sinai peninsula. Israel nor Egypt wanted the notification to respond.
The Egyptian IS a branch demanded a small two weeks ago, the responsibility for an raketbeschieting on the Israeli coastal town of Eilat on the Red Sea. IS in the north of the Sinai solid foot on the ground. The extremists provide regular battle with the Egyptian army.