Soldiers are to be honoured in an unlikely corner of the Gaza Strip ahead of Remembrance Day this weekend.
There may be a ceasefire on the surface at the Gaza border, but for the Israeli army the threats can come from underground.
Today's bombing in Tel Aviv is reminiscent of six years ago and could mark a serious escalation in the conflict.
Nearly 1,000 tunnels used to link Gaza with Egypt, but most have been closed or destroyed by Egypt's military, which fears Hamas-supported militants are using them to carry out attacks.
ITV News Middle East Correspondent Geraint Vincent reports:
The Israel Defence Force tweeted:
Breaking: Direct hit confirmed on Global Jihad-affiliated terrorist in Gaza Strip. Hit was in response to rocket he fired at Israel. 1/2
Terrorist hit was weapons manufacturer Hithem Ziad Ibrahim Masshal. He sold rockets & explosives to terror orgs. 2/2 http://t.co/lKm5XLSabJ
A 29-year-old police officer was killed in an Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip, according to Ashraf al-Kidra, Gaza's health ministry spokesman.
However there was a conflicting report from Israel's Channel 2 TV claiming the air strike targeted an Islamic militant involved in a recent rocket attack on the southern Israeli town of Eilat.
The Israeli military confirmed that it carried out an air strike on Gaza but gave no further details.
A Palestinian has been killed in a blast which Hamas blamed on an Israeli air strike, a Gaza hospital told Reuters.
A motorbike has been targeted in a strike by an Israeli aircraft near a Hamas training camp in Gaza, Hamas Radio reported.
Israeli warplanes struck targets in the Gaza Strip today in response to rocket fire towards southern Israel.
They were the first air strikes launched by Israel since an informal ceasefire ended eight days of cross-border fighting between Israel and Hamas-ruled Gaza.
An Israeli military statement said its planes targeted "two extensive terror sites" with "accurate hits".
Palestinian officials said no one was hurt in the air strikes and no damage was reported in northern Gaza.
The air raids followed the third successful rocket attack on Israel since the November ceasefire.
The military reported that Gaza militants yesterday fired at least one rocket toward southern Israel. No one was hurt and no damage was caused.
The attack was the first since rockets were fired during President Barack Obama's visit to Israel two weeks ago.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the rocket fire. The Israeli military says it holds Gaza's Islamic Hamas rulers responsible for any attack against the Jewish state.