At least 4 Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon into northern Israel, IDF returns fire

November 29, 2011
(h/t eye)(INN) At least four Katyusha missiles were fired from Lebanon into northern Israel overnight Monday.

Kol Yisrael Radio reported that the missiles exploded in two communities near the border with Lebanon. There were no reports of physical injuries but damage was caused to a chicken coop in one of the communities.
The IDF Spokesman said that IDF forces returned fire and said in a statement, “The IDF is treating this is a serious incident and wishes to emphasize that it sees the Lebanese government and the Lebanese army as responsible for the prevention of fire at Israel.”
The statement said that the IDF’s Northern Command is conducting ongoing assessment in light of the events.
Channel 2 News reported that residents from the communities of Ma’a lot and Kfar Vradim reported hearing explosions in the area.
According to the report, a preliminary investigation indicated that the explosions came from the Lebanese side of the border.