Security officials: Rocket alert sirens in North likely false alarm

Sirens were sounded throughout the Upper Galilee, including in the cities of Tiberius and Safed.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 12, 2015 16:55
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Border Police officer on patrol [Illustrative]. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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Security officials believe a series of air raid sirens that went off across northern Israel on Sunday afternoon were a false alarm.

Sirens were sounded throughout the Upper Galilee, including in the cities of Tiberius and Safed.

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There were no signs that rockets had fallen in Israeli territory.

No injuries or damage were reported in the incident.

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