The Israeli Army confirmed that two rockets were fired from Lebanon towards northern Israel and landed in open areas north of Nahariya on Saturday night, according to the Jerusalem Post. Rocket alert sirens sounded in the area of the attack in Nahariya and Shlomi.
There were no injuries or damage reported in the attack. In response, the Israeli army fired at the rocket launch zones in Lebanon with artillery fire.
On Friday morning, one rocket was fired from Lebanon on a village in the Upper Galilee. There were no injuries in the attack.
Artillery fire was directed at the area from which the rocket was fired, a senior Israeli army source told the Jerusalem Post.
The rocket was not fired by Hezbollah but by a small radical organization in Lebanon, Maj.-Gen. (res). Amos Gilad, director of Political-Security Affairs at the Defense Ministry, told the Israeli Channel 2.
Lebanese sources affirmed to the Levant that at least two rockets have been launched from South Lebanon to Israel, indicating that the attack was carried by unknown group.