There was no immediate retaliatory rocket fire from Gaza, or reports of injuries from either side.
Syrian regime media said that Israeli warplanes attacked a military outpost in the Queneitra province. Israel said it was responding to anti-aircraft fire from Syria against one of its planes.
Imad Mohammed Nesir, 22, was killed in the north of the blockaded enclave, Gaza's health ministry says, adding four others were wounded in the raid.
Israeli soldiers shoot a Palestinian teenager dead during border protests, Palestinian health officials say.
The IDF tweets "Iran breeding in the Middle East" with a meme appearing to show a woman pregnant with "terror," sparking online backlash.
Palestinians are hardly a footnote in the Israeli election and those who get to vote are forced to make a choice between soft apartheid and a hard one.
For a whole year scores of Palestinians have been killed and wounded for simply demanding their right to return home.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has an election around the corner and will be looking to prove to his opponents that he can 'handle' Hamas and the situation in Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a dilemma: stir up nationalist sentiment through harsh action against Gaza and possibly a military miscalculation, or avoid escalating tensions and be viewed as soft.
Less than one in four Palestinians have the right to vote in Israeli elections, but the election will inevitably affect every single Palestinian.
No causality caused in attacks, Gaza officials say. Separately, protests were held against Israel during the funeral of a Palestinian girl who was killed last December while her body was returned to authorities in occupied West Bank on Friday.
The strikes - east of Al Bureij in the central Gaza Strip and east of Rafah in the south of the Hamas-run Palestinian enclave - did not wound anyone, a Hamas security source says.
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