By Justin Salhani
BEIRUT, Lebanon – Two rockets launched from south Lebanon hit
non-residential areas of Israel, local media reported Thursday. No
casualties or damages were reported.
The Israeli Army’s official spokesperson said via Twitter that
initial assessments were that “Global Jihad terrorists” fired the
rockets. Israel said it believes Hezbollah is not behind the attacks.
The National News Agency reported that the Lebanese Army found wooden
platforms in the Batoulieh valley southeast of Tyre, a city 12 miles
north of the Israeli border. One pair of rockets made it past the border
while the other pair landed in the Lebanese border village of Alma.
The Rashidieh refugee camp, a short distance from the Batoulieh
valley, is believed to have a Sunni Islamist presence. No group took
immediate credit for the attack.
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