Four rockets were fired on Wednesday, November 14 apparently from the Sinai Peninsula, toward an Israeli community on the border with Egypt, Haaretz reported. One of the rockets exploded in a moshav in the Eshkol Regional Council. The other three landed in the moshav’s citron field. Rockets are periodically fired from the Sinai Peninsula. A rocket fired last June reached as far as Mitzpe Ramon. In September, an IDF soldier was killed and another wounded in a shooting incident along the Egyptian border. In June, an Israeli employee of the defense establishment and two terrorists were killed during clashes between soldiers and gunmen who infiltrated the southern border with Egypt. An Iron Dome anti-missile system battery was positioned outside Israel’s southernmost city of Eilat in August, after a Grad rocket was fired at the city.