Two airstrikes were staged by Israeli warplanes on the northern part of the Gaza Strip late on Thursday.
However, the strikes did not cause any human casualties in the Palestinian territory, eyewitnesses said.
Warplanes fired two rockets on empty farmlands in northern Gaza, one of the eyewitnesses told The Anadolu Agency.
He added that the attacks only caused damage to crops in the targeted farmlands.
Palestinian medical sources, meanwhile, said the strikes did not cause any human casualties.
Soon after the strikes, the Israeli army said its warplanes had targeted sites of the Palestinian faction Hamas in northern Gaza.
It added that the strikes came in response to the firing of a rocket from the Palestinian enclave earlier in the day.
After the attack, the Israeli army decided to inhibit Gazans from performing the Friday prayer, according to the Maariv newspaper.
Earlier on Thursday, Israeli media reported that a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip had fallen into southern Israel, but caused no casualties.
Last year, Israel launched a 51-day offensive on the Gaza Strip with the stated aim of halting rocket fire from the coastal Palestinian territory.
By the time the offensive ended on Aug. 26, more than 2,160 Gazans had been killed, mostly civilians, and nearly 11,000 others injured.
At least 73 Israelis-68 soldiers and five civilians-were also killed during the seven-week-long conflict.
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