Residents in the Gaza Strip reported that there were no casualties from the strikes, according to Reuters.
Palestinians and security forces clashed earlier in the day along the Gaza border with reports of three Palestinians injured.
A four-year-old Palestinian child died in the Gaza Strip yesterday after succumbing to wounds he sustained during the Israeli offensive in 2014 when he was just one years old.
The Israeli military said two rockets were launched toward Israel, but fell short of their intended destination and landed inside Gaza.
Around two hours later the army said that another rocket, fired form the enclave's north, exploded in southern Israel.
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The rocket launches on Thursday night came amid unrest in the Gaza Strip and West Bank, after US President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital the day before.
Israel holds Hamas responsible for all activity happening in the Gaza Strip. The move sparked worldwide opposition and prompted Palestinian leaders to call for three days of protest.
Both Israelis and Palestinians lay claim to Jerusalem, although Israel has retained control over the city since 1967.
Trump also said the United States would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, though he set no timetable for that.
Reportedly, the leader of the Palestinian Islamist group, Hamas, has called for a new "intifada", or uprising, as protests broke out in Jerusalem, Ramallah and Bethlehem.