Rocket fire from Lebanon - most likely a product of the Hezbollah - was fired at Israel again
for the first time in several years:
Two rockets were fired into Israel by Lebanese militants, prompting rocket sirens in towns along the border late Monday, including in the cities of Kiryat Shmona and Metula.
Following the rocket attack, reports stated that one rocket had fallen in an open area and that the IDF was retaliating at the rocket launching source.
According to the English-language Daily Star, the rockets were launched in the vicinity of Jarmaq, not far from the Litani River in southern Lebanon. Witnesses reported dozens of shells landing on the river's banks near Jarmaq and Ayshieh. Lebanese authorities are reportedly searching for the perpetrators of the rocket fire.
Earlier in the evening, central Israel and the Shfela region came under fire. Sirens could be heard in Rishon Lezion, Savyon, Bat Yam, Holon, Ramle and other Tel Aviv suburbs.
The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket over the region.
So now we've got missile danger coming from two sides or more. This is terrible.
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