Air raid sirens sound in northern Israel due to possible rocket fire

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Air raid sirens sound in northern Israel due to possible rocket fire

On Friday, August 6, air-raid sirens went off in northern Israel, warning residents of possible rocket attacks. This was reported by the press service of the Israeli army.

“Sirens have been activated in the Golan Heights and in the Upper Galilee,” the statement said.

We will remind, last Wednesday, August 4 in the north of Israel, alarm sirens also went off. Potential shelling was warned in the settlements of Kfar Giladi, Kiryat Shmona and Tel Hai, whose residents were urged to remain in protected areas.

Later, the press service of the Israel Defense Forces stated that three missiles were fired from Lebanon into the country, two of which fell on Israeli territory, and one of them did not cross the country's border. In response, the Israel Defense Forces artillery forces opened fire on Lebanese territory.

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