A rocket fired from Gaza hit a home in central Israel this morning, setting the building on fire and injuring at least seven people.
That’s according to the Israeli military and police.
The rocket landed in the Sharon region north of Tel Aviv.
It is the farthest a rocket has been fired into Israel since the 2014 war.
In response, the defense ministry says the Erez and Kerem Shalom crossings between Israel and Gaza have been closed.
No one has yet claimed responsibility for this rocket.
But a spokeswoman for the Israel Defense Forces said in a conference call with reporters that Hamas is behind the attack.
In a video statement, The Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said he will meet with President Trump and then head back.
The visit comes just two weeks before Israeli elections to determine if Netanyahu will stay in power.