At least three rockets were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel, the army has confirmed.
Air raid sirens sounded in communities throughout the western Galilee in northern Israel, at 17:42 local time Sunday, including in Rosh Hanikra and Nahariya.
Locals report hearing at least one explosion; three rockets struck within Israel. There are no reports of injury or damage.
Lebanese sources told AFP that “two Katyusha rockets were fired from a Lebanese village five kilometres (three miles) from the border with Israel.”
IDF forces are scanning the area.
The strikes follow Hezbollah vowing revenge for the assassination of its notorious commander Samir Kuntar, in what is believed to have been an Israeli airstrike near Damascus.