Israel's army responds to failed missile attack from Lebanon

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Israel's army responds to failed missile attack from Lebanon

The Israeli military recorded six failed missile launches from Lebanon, which did not fly to Israel, in response, artillery hit the source of fire. This was reported by the army press service.

– After the sirens went off at kibbutz Misgav Am, six unsuccessful attempts to launch missiles from Lebanon were identified. All of them did not fly to Israel. In response, Israel Defense Forces artillery hit the sources of fire, the military said in a statement.

Earlier it was reported that the Israeli military began to develop options for the ground phase of the campaign in the Gaza Strip. The army is already conducting various kinds of preparations for this operation, but there has not yet been a command to carry it out.

Recall that a new round of tension between Israel and Palestine arose after the Izzaddin al-Qassam Brigades (the militant wing of the Hamas movement that controls the Gaza Strip) issued an ultimatum to the Israeli authorities demanding to withdraw the police from the Al-Aqsa mosque in East Jerusalem. A few hours later, it was reported that about 200 rockets had been fired from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territories. Israel retaliated.

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