Sirens in south come after day of violence in East Jerusalem and West Bank as well as protest in Gaza against Israel.
Code red sirens sounded Friday night in southern Israel and one rocket fired from Gaza fell in an open area inside the city of Sderot in a residential area.
Local residents reported hearing the exposion from the rocket.
A bus and a home were both damaged by shrapnel in the attack.
No injuries were reported, but an unconfirmed number of individuals were said to be suffering from shock at the scene.
The rocket strike comes after a day of clashes in Jerusalem, centered around the Temple Mount.
No claim of responsibility for the strike has yet emerged.
Code red sirens were last heard in the south on September 1 during a failed attempt to launch a rocket from the Gaza Strip.
Israeli aircraft struck Gaza on August 27 in reaction to a rocket that was fired from the strip and landed in an open area in the Eshkol Regional Council.
source ; ynet