Explosions were heard early Monday in central Israel after air strikes sirens sounded, reports reported.
Israel's defense forces said rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip. There was no immediate word of damages.
Jerusalem Post announced that a rocket was entering a home in the Kfar Saba area outside Tel Aviv. The paper reported that six people were injured.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Washington on Sunday and plans to meet with President Trump at the White House.
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] Gaza is ruled by Hamas, an Islamic militant group seeking Israel's destruction. The area is home to other militant groups, including Islamic jihad, an Iranian-backed armed organization that also has a formidable rocket arsenal.
Associated Press contributed to this report