Three missiles fired on Israel from Syria

Three missiles were fired from Syria at neighboring Israel. According to the Israeli military, one of the missiles landed in Syria. Nothing has been reported yet about where the other two ended up.

According to the AFP news agency, the rocket fire followed a clash near the Lebanese-Israeli border, in which a fighter from the Shiite movement, Hezbollah, was killed by Israel’s army. Hezbollah also has a presence in southern Syria, where the rockets came from.

On Thursday, rockets were also fired at Israel from Lebanon. The attacks are related to the flared conflict between the Palestinian Hamas and the Israeli army around the Gaza Strip.

Tensions ran high last week following riots in East Jerusalem over the eviction of Palestinians to make way for Jewish settlers.

According to the Israeli military, more than 2,000 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip, of which nearly 1,000 were intercepted.

Eight Israelis were killed. The Israeli army bombarded the Palestinians with airstrikes, among other things. This killed more than 120 people.

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