The Israeli army said on Friday it established”wide-scale” airstrikes on militant targets in the Gaza Strip shortly after Palestinian militants fired three rockets into Israel, two of which were intercepted.

There were no reports of casualties or significant damage from the market of fire which came amid increased worries after President Donald Trump introduced his Mideast program, a U.S. initiative aimed at ending the battle which favors Israel and has been rejected from the Palestinians.

Gaza has been relatively calm in recent weeks since Egyptian and U.N. mediators have worked to shore up an informal truce between Israel and Hamas, the Islamic militant group which rules the coastal land.

The two Hamas and the Palestinian Authority have resisted the Trump strategy, which would enable Israel to annex all its own obligations, alongside the Jordan Valley, in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinians were offered restricted self-rule in Gaza, parts of the West Bank and a few sparsely populated regions of Israel in exchange for fulfilling a very long list of states.

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