WATCH: CCTV clip shows footage of explosive devices being thrown at Gerry Adams' home
The attack took place on Friday night.
Sinn Féin has announced plans to hold a rally in West Belfast at 7pm on Monday evening, following an incident which saw two explosive devices thrown into the homes of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey on Friday night.
No one was hurt in either attack, but it was also confirmed that Adams' grandchildren had been playing in the driveway just moments before.
It's understood that one of the devices caused damage to a car parked in the driveway.
The party took to Twitter to share CCTV footage of the attack at Adams' home.
Footage from Friday night’s attack on the home of Gerry Adams. A rally will be held at Andersonstown Barracks on Monday 16 July at 7pm in solidarity with Gerry Adams & Bobby Storey #NotInOurName pic.twitter.com/UVzjSAjgqh
— Sinn Féin (@sinnfeinireland) July 15, 2018
Monday evening's rally will take place at the site of the old Andersonstown RUC Barracks, where the Falls, Glen and Andersonstown roads converge.
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald is set to be the main speaker at the event. Adams and Storey will also be present, according to the party.
“The attacks involving explosive devices on the homes of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey were cowardly and reprehensible,” West Belfast MLA Pat Sheehan said.
“Sinn Féin will continue to represent this community and pursue our agenda for change, for peace and for a new agreed and united Ireland,” he said.
“[Tonight's] rally is an opportunity for the people of Belfast to come out to show solidarity with the families of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey and the people of the Bogside in Derry and send a message to those involved in attacks on Republicans and on the community to stop immediately.”
In an official statement released by Sinn Féin, Policing and Justice Spokesperson Gerry Kelly appealed for calm while condemning the "cowardly" attacks by what he has labelled "increasingly desperate and irrelevant groups."
"These were reprehensible and cowardly attacks on the family homes of Gerry Adams and Bobby Storey," Kelly began.
"Grandchildren were in the driveway of Adams' home minutes before the attack.
“I would appeal for calm. These attacks are the desperate acts of increasingly desperate and irrelevant groups.”