A rocket has been fired from the Lebanese town of Marjayoun in the direction of a northern Israeli settlement.
The rocket launch could be heard from an area about 10 kilometers from the Israeli border, Lebanese residents and security sources said. It was not clear where the rocket landed and there were no immediate reports of damage and casualties, Reuters reports.
An Israeli drone is hovering over the area from which the rocket was allegedly fired, Lebanese media reports.
The head of the northern Israeli town of Metula Regional Council, Herzl Boker, told Maariv newspaper that residents heard an explosion to the south of Metula.
Israel won't take the bait.... They will sit and wait and keep taking hits until their back is up against a wall and the only option left is to launch nukes.
Iran persuaded Syrian President Bashar Assad to allow Hezbollah to open a new front from which to attack Israel in the Golan Heights, Israel Radio reported Wednesday citing a report by the pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat.
On 31 March 1995, a rocket attack on Nahariyya in Western Galilee kills an 18 year old teenager. April 9, 1996, A heavy rocket barrage, launched by Hezbollah upon the cities of Galilee caused the initiation of the Operation Grapes of Wrath by the IDF.
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Text Report: Missile from Lebanon hits northern Israel
Monday, May 27, 2013 | Israel Today Staff
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Lebanon Lebanese media reported that a missile presumably fired by the Hezbollah terrorist militia landed in northern Israel late Sunday night. That report was backed up by resident of the Israeli border town of Metula, who spoke of a high-pitched whistle followed by a loud explosion.Israeli and Lebanese forces were searching for evidence of the missile strike, but by mid-morning Monday no confirmation had been provided.Hezbollah's Al-Manar TV later claimed responsibility for the purported missile strike, stating that it had attacked a "settlement" in northern Israel.The incident came just hours after a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut was shelled, injuring four of the terror group's members.It is believed that attack was carried out by Syrian rebel forces angered by Hezbollah's involvement in their nation's ongoing civil war. An estimated 5,000 Hezbollah troops are in Syria fighting on the side of embattled dictator Bashar Assad.There is also the possibility that Sunday's cross-border missile attack was the start of Hezbollah reprisals for recent Israeli air strikes against the transfer of Syrian weapons to the Lebanese group.