On the morning of February 20th two missiles fired from Egyptian territory hit southern Israel.
“Two rockets fired from the Sinai Peninsula struck an open field in southern Israel on Monday morning, the army said.
No one was injured and no damage was caused by the missiles, the army said.
The rockets hit the Eshkol region, which borders southern Gaza and the northeastern tip of the Sinai Peninsula.
A police bomb disposal unit found one of them near the community of Naveh, near the Egyptian border. A second sapper team was on its way to the location of the other rocket, police said.”
The attack was later claimed by ISIS.
Once again, that incident did not receive any BBC coverage.
Since the beginning of the year three missile attacks against Israel have taken place – one from Gaza and two from Sinai – none of which have been reported by the BBC’s English language services. Throughout 2016 just one of ten attacks received BBC coverage in English.