Matan Vilnai 311.
(photo credit: Yaakov Katz)
Defense Minister Matan Vilnai said on Tuesday that "we do not know who fired the Katyusha rockets. But we should
demand answers from the Lebanese government." The
rockets landed close to the Lebanese border,
causing some damage to a chicken coop and a gas tank. Firefighting crews
were called in to cool down a propane gas tank that was struck.
In an interview with Army Radio, Vilnai explained that
Hezbollah is in crisis because of the collapse of the Assad regime in
Syria, but that does not necessarily mean that they were behind the
attack. "We live in a volatile region; there are constant threats
against us," Vilnai said.
IDF fires on Lebanon after 4 rockets land in North
Katyusha rockets were fired from within Lebanon, just north of the border with Israel, landing in
the Western Galilee overnight Monday. No injuries were reported in
The IDF responded by firing artillery shells in the direction of the village of Aita al-Shaab, the area which the Lebanese rockets were fired from.
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