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Monday, May 27, 2013

Rocket fire from Lebanon?

A rocket was fired from Lebanon toward Israel early Monday morning. Thus far, there is no indication that the rocket landed in Israel, there is no damage to property in Israel and no injuries to people in Israel. The IDF is searching for the rocket. 
The rocket launch could be heard from the Lebanese town of Marjayoun, about 10 km (six miles) from the Israeli border. The IDF Spokesperson said residents of the northern Israeli town of Metula reported hearing an explosion.

The head of the Metula Regional Council, Herzl Boker, told Maariv that residents heard a projectile shriek past falling south of Metula.

"We haven't opened the bomb shelters, but we are ready," he said.

The IDF has launched a search of the area for a potential rocket blast site, though none has been found so far. 

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