IDF Responds to Shooting from Lebanon with Artillery Fire

For the upcoming 24-48 hours, Mateh Asher Regional Council in the Western Galilee advised its citizens to flee northward to Israel’s center.

On Sunday morning, northern Israel, particularly the Mount Dov region, was hit by gunfire coming from Lebanon.

The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) immediately opened artillery fire on the impacted area in response to the event. There have been no recorded casualties.

Israel was hit by mortars fired from southern Lebanon, according to Hezbollah.

According to their spokesperson, the IDF is still on guard and well-equipped to handle all conceivable situations, placing a priority on the safety and security of the citizens of the State of Israel.

It should be emphasized that the Mateh Asher Regional Council in the Western Galilee only recommended that its citizens evacuate southward to the center for the ensuing 24-48 hours. In the meantime, the IDF declared that evacuations had begun from southern Israel, close to the Gaza Strip’s border.

This incident happened shortly after Hamas resumed their attacks against Israel on Saturday. They launched a barrage of thousands of missiles in a surprise attack, kidnapping numerous civilians and troops in the process.

300 dead and nearly 2,000 injuries have already been recorded by Israel.

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