A rocket fired towards Israel lands in south Lebanon


Lebanon Israel flagsLBCI reported that a rocket  that was fired from a region between Marjayoun and Nabatieh towards Israel, landed in south Lebanon.

No one claimed responsibility for the rocket attack .

Rocket attacks constitutes a breach of  UNSC resolution 1701, which ended Israel’s 2006 war on Lebanon.

The resolution bans Hezbollah from maintaining an armed presence in the area, restricting it to forces from the Army and the U.N. Interim Force in Lebanon.

Several rockets were launched from Lebanon towards Israel since the Gaza war started but most of them landed on Lebanese territory .

Some of the attacks were claimed by smaller groups , but Hezbollah, which is busy with the wars in Syria and Iraq  never claimed  responsibility for any of the attacks



9 responses to “A rocket fired towards Israel lands in south Lebanon”

  1. cook2half Avatar

    Fact: the IDF reached the Litani River in the 1948 war and occupied 12 Lebanese villages

    1. 5thDrawer Avatar

      Thanks for admitting it.

    2. nagy_michael2 Avatar

      and only kidnapped the sheeps and the shepperd..lol

  2. 5thDrawer Avatar

    To some familiar Music …..
    ‘In the rocket’s red glare
    You could soon lose your hair
    When you notice it’s flight
    Isn’t going over there.’

  3. The real lebanese Avatar
    The real lebanese

    Probably Katyusha rockets. I was just telling Comtessa yesterday how unreliable and inaccurate they are.

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