Israeli army jets and drones carried out three successive airstrike on Hamas military facilities in the Gaza Strip early Saturday, local media and security sources in Gaza said.
There were no immediate reports of casualties.
The Israeli airstrikes on Gaza came in response to an earlier hand grenade attack against an Israeli army force stationed east of the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on the border with Israel.
An Israeli soldier was moderately injured and was taken to an Israeli hospital for medical treatment, Israeli media reports quoted an Israeli army spokesman as saying.
Local media reports in Gaza City said that while Israeli war jets and drones hovered over Gaza and firing missiles at Hamas military facilities, Gaza gunmen fired three makeshift rockets into southern Israel.
On Friday, a Palestinian boy was killed and more than 200 people were injured during clashes between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli soldiers in eastern Gaza Strip close to the border with Israel, medics said.
Ayman Sahabani, chief of emergency at Shiffa Hospital in Gaza told reporters that a 15-year-old boy was killed after he was shot in the chest by an Israeli soldier. Some 220 demonstrators were injured; 50 of them were hospitalized.
Clashes in eastern Gaza with the Israeli army forces resumed Friday as part of rallies and protests organised since March 30.
According to the Palestinian health ministry, 138 Palestinians have been killed and more than 16,000 injured in clashes since March 30.