The building was reported to be empty at the time of impact and no injuries were reported.
Netanyahu said in a statement shortly after the attack that after his return from the U.S., Israel “will respond forcefully.”
Islamic Jihad, a terrorist group, claimed responsibility for the firing.
Israel and Hamas aren’t likely to be at war anytime soon. But both sides are dead set on terrorizing one another’s civilian populations.
After a lull in rocket fire between about 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., rocket fire picked up again on Tuesday morning. Cease-fire talks have been suspended.
Palestinian militants on Monday carried out their most intensive shelling of Israel since the 2014 Gaza war
One rocket landed inside the courtyard of an Israeli kindergarten building.
No group claimed immediate responsibility, though the IDF holds Hamas, which controls Gaza, as responsible for all attacks from the coastal strip.
The building was damaged by the rocket. Another rocket landed on a residential street, damaging a home and a car.
The rocket launch occurred as widespread rioting claimed injured hundreds in the West Bank