From the evening of 10 May to the end of the night local time, more than 150 rockets were fired from the Palestinian Gaza Strip into Jerusalem and some towns in southern Israel.
A woman was shocked when a rocket landed in the southern Israeli city of Sderot, destroying a building and reporting no casualties. Some schools in southern Israeli towns have decided to close on the 11th;
Video of rockets fired at Israel from the Palestinian Gaza Strip comes from local social media
In response to Palestinian rocket attacks, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) carried out several rocket launchers in the Gaza Strip and two Hamas military positions that night (10th), killing at least eight Hamas militants.
Palestinian media reported that Israeli air strikes killed 20 people, including nine children, and wounded 65 others.
Israeli Defense Minister Ganz announced that night (10th) that in the next 48 hours, Tel Aviv and other cities to open public bomb shelters for the public.
Workplaces and schools in these cities can continue to operate if they have air defence shelter.