Two rockets were fired at Tel Aviv from the Gaza Strip on Thursday, the Israeli military said, sounding alarms over the city for the first time since the 2014 war.
A local resident recorded the noise in Reines Street, near Dizengoff Square.
Israel's Iron Dome missile-defense system detected the rockets around 21:00 local time (19:00 GMT) and activated the sirens. No injuries or damage were reported.
Both Hamas and Islamic Jihad have denied responsibility for the attack.
The Israel Defence Force (IDF) carried out retaliatory airstrikes on unnamed targets in Gaza.