The Palestinian Hamas movement again fired rockets towards Israeli towns and villages on Sunday night, and sirens sounded several times in the greater Tel Aviv area.
Israeli sources confirmed that at the moment the last round of rockets was fired at Tel Aviv Iron Dome was subjected to a cyber-attack that led to its failure.
The al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, claimed responsibility for the attack via Telegram channel.
According to Israeli army figures, more than 8,000 rockets have been fired at Israeli towns and villages from the Gaza Strip since Hamas invaded Israeli settlements on October 7, killing 1,400 Israelis and detaining 240 people.
In return, Israel bombed the Gaza Strip with warplanes and artillery.
It also carried out ground incursions into the Gaza Strip, which resulted in the deaths of 9,770 Palestinians since the start of the war on Gaza, including at least 4,800 children and 2,550 women, according to the Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip.