Israeli warcraft carried out nine successive airstrikes on Hamas military facilities in the Gaza Strip before dawn on Monday, in response to arson kites and balloons fired from the enclave, security sources said.
Sirens also sounded in Israeli areas near the Gaza Strip at daybreak and the army said three rockets had been launched towards Israeli territory but one fell short in the Gaza Strip.
No injuries were reported on either side.
Eyewitnesses said that Israeli warplanes had pounded three Hamas positions with about a dozen rockets.
"Israel is trying to tell the public that the kites and balloons are risky and cause threat to the lives of Israelis".
Since Palestinians began staging mass rallies near the security fence on March 30, scores of protesters have been martyred - and thousands more injured - by Israeli army gunfire.
Faced with worldwide censure over its use of live fire in the fence protests, Israel says troops have been holding off border breaches and responding to gunmen who tried to use civilians as cover for attacks on them.
Information on casualties or damage as a result of the strike in the present.
Israeli troops have fired on the protesters, killing more than 100 since the weekly demonstrations began in March.
Relatives of a Palestinian, who was killed at the Israel-Gaza border, react at a hospital in Gaza City June 18, 2018.
The wounded caseload from the seven weeks of protest had surpassed that of the 2014 war between Israel and Hamas.
Last week, the UN General Assembly condemned Israel for the use of excessive force against Palestinian civilians.
Palestinians say they are a popular outpouring of rage against Israel by people demanding the right to return to the homes their families fled or were driven from on Israel's creation 70 years ago. It accuses Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas of seeking to use the protests as cover for attacks.
Two-thirds of Gaza's 2 million residents are descendants of refugees.
Israel and Egypt maintain a blockade on the Strip which they say is created to prevent Hamas from importing weapons and other goods that could be used to build fortifications or cross-border tunnels.