Speaking to the Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (KAN), Israeli “senior” officials, whose names have not been released, noted that there was no response to Hezbollah because there was intelligence information that Hezbollah was not behind the rocket attack from Lebanon. Officials stated that there will be no attack on Gaza and Lebanon unless Israel is fired upon.
The news also included the statement of Israeli officials, “The security agency in Israel is determined not to further escalate tensions on all fronts, especially during the Jewish Passover.”
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 shared that an Israeli who was hit by shrapnel in the attacks was slightly injured and another person was injured while fleeing to the shelter.
Israel announced that the rocket attacks were carried out by elements of Hamas stationed in Lebanon and blamed Hamas.
Israel announced that it had launched an attack on Gaza in the evening, but rockets were launched from Gaza in the direction of Israel.