The original photo appears to have been posted by Ukrainian soldier Andrew Zaharov on his Facebook photo album. as it predates the articles from any of the news sources below.
The initial hit for this image was carried out by cropping the image with Photoshop, then performing a reverse image search, which resulted in a hit to this Ukrainian news site, which has additional images of the truck which was hit by the missile. The site also mirrored Zaharov's photo above.
Google Translate of the page has the following information:
Ukrainian security officials, who are near the village of Dmitrovka
Donetsk region were fired from a Russian "Hurricane." Fortunately, one
of the rockets that hit in the staff car, did not explode.
Therefore, the original photo in this image appears to be an Ukrainian military truck that was hit by a Russian missile, at least according to the news page. The missile is used by both the Russian and Ukrainian militaries but not by Israel, so it is clear at least that the final instance of the missile being labelled as Israeli is false.
Furthermore, attempting Google searches for the alleged "headlines" on the 3 images did not yield the original news articles which allegedly had their screenshots taken, but instead yielded the meme-image itself. This, coupled with the fact that all 3 of the images had exactly the same size, position and colour profile made the origin of the image extremely suspicious.
Росія завдає удар
Россия 24 Украинские каратели обстреляли своих граждан
al jazeera "war on gaza" "israel launches airstrikes"
From this, we can infer that it is likely that the creator of this image faked the "headlines" for each of the images.
While we can conclusively find that the truck was an Ukrainian vehicle (from an independent report by Reuters courtesy of Anixx's answer), it will unfortunately be impossible to determine the actual provenance of the missile. Both militaries use the exact same missile model (BM-27 Uragan), and both countries' media sources deny firing the missile in a mirror of the MH17 shootdown tragedy.
Russian source (Google translate)
During shelling Russian positions Ukrainian troops soldiers under Dmitrijevka 220-millimeter rockets Russian "Hurricane" has broken Ukrainian staff car and did not explode. This is reported by users of social network Facebook.
Ukrainian source (Google translate)
Near the village of Dmitrovka in Luhansk Russian rocket "Hurricane"
has broken Ukrainian staff car and did not explode.