The border incident was the second in as many days; no casualties were reported on either side.
Palestinian rioters on Tuesday set off several explosive devices next to the Israeli security fence in the northern Gaza Strip, according to the IDF. A number of grenades were also thrown at the barrier.
Israeli forces responded with crowd dispersal means, and in a few cases, sharpshooters.
No casualties were reported on either side.
On Tuesday, several Gaza residents were injured during a violent riot along the border with Israel.
Hundreds of Gazans descended on the security fence, launching explosive devices toward Israeli territory, according to the IDF. Some of the rioters also attempted to cross the border into Israel.
The military responded with sharpshooters and non-lethal dispersal means. The IDF reported that several hits were identified, but provided no further detail. A number of Gazans were arrested.
Violent rioting at the border was also reported on Friday.
The border incidents come after the Hamas terrorist group which rules the Gaza Strip restarted the “Great March of Return” protests.
Initially organized in March 2018, the violent border protests, staged nearly every week, lasted until Dec. 27, 2019.
Image: Screenshot of video purportedly showing a large explosion at the Gaza border barrier on Sept. 5, 2023. Source: X/Twitter.