The Israeli army launched artillery towards South Lebanon late Monday following rockets fired from Lebanon towards it.
In a tweet, IDF said 6 rockets were fired from Lebanon towards Israel and that all 6 of them fell inside Lebanon. “In response,” IDF said, they fired back artillery at the sources of the launches.
Hezbollah‘s Al-Manar TV reporter Ali Shoaib tweeted that 4 rockets were fired from the forests of al-Hibbariyeh’s Heights (Hasbaya District)- 3 landed between Houla, Rob Tlateen, Adaisseh, and al-Taybeh. The fourth hit an unidentified area.
The Israelis then fired 15 155mm artillery shells, 2 tank shells, and 4 flares at Lebanese border areas.
Following the shelling, Shoaib reported “total calm” in the area. No injuries or deaths have been reported.
Video shows one of the rockets crashing in the south of Lebanon, failing to make it to Israel.
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