More Syrian rockets in Bekaa reported, injured hospitalized
Three people were injured on Tuesday when rockets fired from Syria landed in various Bekaa towns.
At least 4 rockets fired from Syria hit the Al Qantara area in Al Nabi Sheet's outskirts, said MTV.
The head of the Nabi Sheet municipality told LBCI that an elderly man was wounded by one of the rocket attacks.
Another rocket landed in a farm in the same town.
Later on Tuesday, state-run National News Agency said “Ali Zein Al Moussawi, his wife and one of their children were wounded when a rocket fell near the house of Hussein Qassem Al Moussawi in Al Nabi Sheet.”
“They were rushed to the Riyaq Hospital,” it added.
On Sunday, a number of rockets fired from the Syrian side of the border landed in the northern region of Akkar.
On Saturday, rockets fired from Syria landed in the Bekaa regions of Al Hermel and Al Qaa.
Bekaa towns, with a majority of Shiite population, have repeatedly come under rocket attacks by either rebels seeking to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime or armed men supporting them.
The Syrian troops loyal to Assad also continue to carry out air raids on Arsal, a majority Sunni town, which is an escape route for rebels and smugglers.