MEA – Six rockets were fired from Lebanese territory towards Israeli settlements near the border areas, in the north of the country, and the Israeli army claimed that the shells landed in open areas in southern Lebanon.
This came on the heels of hearing warning sirens and loud explosions at Kibbutz Misgav Am in the Upper Galilee near the border areas with Lebanon, on Monday evening.
The occupation army announced that Israeli artillery fire was directed towards “the areas from which the rockets were launched.”
The Israeli authorities instructed residents of areas up to 4 kilometers from the northern border areas to open the shelters, without any instructions to enter them until this moment.
Earlier, the Israeli occupation army fired at demonstrators inside Lebanon after destroying Israeli surveillance cameras installed on the border fence.
The sources reported that the shooting did not result in injuries among the demonstrators on the Lebanese side.
For the fourth consecutive day, the Lebanese town of Adaisse, bordering Israel, is witnessing angry demonstrations in support of the Palestinians in the face of continuous Israeli aggression.
The protests at the border include stone-throwing, Israeli cameras, and attempts to cross the border fence, matched by a mobilization and shooting from the Israeli side.
Earlier today, the Israeli army warned of “infiltration operations from the Jordanian border.” The Israeli public channel (“Kan 11”) said, “The army has warned of attempts by Jordanians to infiltrate into Israel through the northern borders.”