With 20 artillery shells, Israel bombed sites in southern Lebanon

At dawn on Monday, the Israeli army fired artillery shells at sites in southern Lebanon, according to the Al-Arabiya correspondent.

The reporter added that 20 Israeli artillery shells were fired in sites in southern Lebanon.

Meanwhile, the media Lebanese reported that Israeli artillery shelled a ‘area between Majdal Zoun and Zebqin in southern Lebanon.

A rocket grenade towards Israel

This came after the Israeli army announced in previously that a rocket-propelled grenade had been thrown from Lebanese territory towards Israel and landed in aarea open.

He said on Twitter that no alerts have been triggered or that a state of alert has been declared in northern Israel, according to Reuters.

“Calm” in general since 2006

These developments come in the wake of clashes in the past two weeks between Palestinians and Israeli police at the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

Interestingly, Israel’s northern border has witnessed a general calm since the war between Israel and the Lebanese Hezbollah militia in 2006.

In the past, small Palestinian factions have fired sporadically at Israel.

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