The IDF struck a Hamas military post in the Gaza Strip on Saturday evening, the Israeli military said.
The strike, carried out using an unmanned aerial vehicle, targeted a post located near the center of violent riots that took place along the Gaza border earlier on Saturday.
One Gazan was injured as Palestinians rioted and burned tires along Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on Saturday afternoon, according to local reports.
Israeli fire injured the rioting Gazan, Palestinian media reported, who was among some 150 involved in violent riots near the Rafah and Karni crossings.
The riots came amid a rise of disturbances across the Gaza Strip which culminated in an IDF strike on Hamas targets in the Strip on Friday evening.
The strikes were carried out using an unmanned aerial vehicle, the military said.
A military tank also struck another Hamas post where shots were previously fired at Israeli forces along the border.
Gaza flotilla calls to end blockade
Earlier on Saturday, a demonstration was held on the shores of the Gaza Strip as protesters staged a flotilla calling for an end to Israel's blockade of the strip for Yom Kippur and the High Holy days.
Fires also broke out along the Gaza border on Friday by what security forces said were incendiary balloons, not seen launched from the Gaza Strip in over two years.