This is the second violation of the otherwise fragile truce reached on May 21, after 11 days of fierce clashes between Israeli and Palestinian forces.
And this attack, as it was announced from the Israeli side, followed after the new "balloon bombs" launched from the Palestinian side causing eight fires in the south of Israel.
Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes early on June 16 on positions in the Gaza Strip belonging to the Palestinian resistance group Hamas.
The Israeli army said in a statement that it targeted Hamas compounds, including in the al-Yarmouk area east of Khan Younis city.
It also bombed a position in the Zeitoun neighborhood.
Turkey on May 27 denounced remarks of the director of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip - which justified the Israeli assault on the blockaded enclave.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Tanju Bilgiç in a statement called Matthias Schmale's remarks "incorrect, unfortunate and extremely dangerous."
During the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, thousands of rockets were fired across the border on both sides, and the "Iron Dome" shot down most of those flying to Israeli cities. However, that air defense system at one point "got confused and shot down the drone of the Israeli forces", "Haaretz" writes.
Since Hamas began firing rockets at Jerusalem in retaliation for police clashes with protesters at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, more than 3.000 rockets have been fired at Israel.
Israel, on the other hand, carried out more than a thousand air and artillery strikes on Gaza. At least 214 Palestinians (including 62 children) and 10 Israelis were killed, with hundreds wounded on both sides.
"Six rockets were launched from Lebanon towards northern Israel, but all of them landed within Lebanese territory. In response, our artillery forces fired at targets from which rockets were launched", the Israeli army said.
The explosions were heard around the Misgav Am kibbutz in northern Israel just before the Israeli army announced that it had responded with artillery fire.