Two rockets fied from south Lebanon to northern Israel
Two Katyusha rockets fired Friday from southern Lebanon landed in northern Israel, drawing retaliatory artillery shelling. According to Haaretz, there have been no reports of casualties.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Israel Radio said Israeli forces responded with artillery fire towards southern Lebanon. Lebanese, security sources said two rockets were fired from Qlaileh near the southern port city of Tyre at 3:45pm. Local TV stations said as many as eight artillery rounds hit the outskirts of Qlaileh shortly after the Katyusha attack.
Israel police said remnants of a Katyusha rocket were found in northern Israel on Friday.