After more than 30 rockets were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel, the Israeli security cabinet meeting, chaired by Netanyahu, came to an end.
According to reports in the Israeli press, Benjamin Netanyahu, after the meeting, said, “Israel’s response tonight and in the future will make its enemies pay a heavy price.” said.
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant also said that “security units are fully prepared in all areas and know how to respond to any threat.”
While the Israeli security cabinet meeting was continuing, the Israeli army launched an attack on Gaza.
The intervention of the Israeli police against the Muslims in the Masjid al-Aqsa using disproportionate force with sound bombs, rubber-coated bullets and batons for two consecutive nights escalated the tension in occupied East Jerusalem and led to events.
The Israeli army announced that a series of rockets were fired from Lebanon to the northern regions of the country, and warning sirens were activated in the northern regions of the country.
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that 34 rockets were launched in the attack. The Israeli army announced that three mortar shells were fired from Lebanon to the north of Israel in the evening.
The emergency service Red Star of David also shared that an Israeli who was hit by shrapnel was slightly injured, and another person was injured while fleeing to the shelter.
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs blamed Hamas for a series of rockets fired from Lebanon.
The Israeli army also stated that the responsibility for firing rockets into Israel from its territory rests with the Lebanese government.