Sirens sounded in Gornot HaGalil; the shells fell in open areas, causing no injuries or damage.
Sirens sounded in the northern Israeli community of Gornot HaGalil on Monday morning, with the IDF reporting that two mortar launches were identified that crossed into Israel from Lebanese territory and fell in open areas. No injuries were reported.
The IDF said that artillery was striking the source of the launches, with Lebanese media reporting that Israeli forces were shelling the Naqoura area.
Overnight Sunday, Israeli forces struck an armed terrorist cell in Lebanon near the Biranit area of northern Israel.
At least 14 Israeli civilians were injured on Sunday afternoon, one critically, when Lebanese Hezbollah terrorists fired anti-tank missiles towards Moshav Dovev in the Upper Galilee.
Israel’s Kan News public broadcaster said several of the victims were employees of the Israel Electric Corporation working to repair power lines damaged by previous attacks from Lebanon.
Also on Sunday afternoon, IDF soldiers attacked two terror squads that fired mortar shells towards Kibbutz Manara and Kibbutz Yir’on in the Galilee Panhandle.
Seven soldiers were lightly injured in Manara, the army said.
Image: Smoke and flares during an exchange of fire between the IDF and terrorists from the Hezbollah organization on the border between Israel and Lebanon, Nov. 12, 2023. Photo by Ayal Margolin/Flash90.