Israel retaliates after rocket fire from Lebanon
At least two rockets from south Lebanon strike the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights Monday evening
At least two rockets from south Lebanon struck the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights Monday evening, drawing a prompt response from the Jewish state, an Al Arabiya correspondent reported.
The rockets were launched from the Qleyli plane just south of Tyre, which borders Israel. The Israeli responded with artillery fire.
U.N. peacekeepers based in south Lebanon urged on Sunday the Lebanese and Israeli militaries to exercise “maximum self-restraint” after a series of rocket attacks from the Lebanese territories into the Jewish state.
Israeli has retaliated to at least one of the rocket attacks, firing at the source of fire.
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