Woman killed, 8 wounded in spate of Hezbollah rocket attacks on northern Israel

Hospital reports one person in serious condition, one in moderate condition and 6 with minor injuries in rocket impact in Safed; IDF says rockets struck military base; Lebanese media reports Israeli artillery pounding southern Lebanon targets

The body of a woman was found in a building near the northern city of Safed that was hit by a rocket fired from Lebanon, Magen David Adom ambulance service reported Wednesday morning, after Hezbollah terrorists launched consecutive rocket volleys into northern Israel.
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Ziv Medical Center in Safed reported receiving eight individuals injured in the attack: one in serious condition, one in moderate condition and six others with minor injuries.
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חומרים מפעילות הכוחות בשטח לבנון שהציג דובר צה"ל דניאל הגרי בהצהרתו
חומרים מפעילות הכוחות בשטח לבנון שהציג דובר צה"ל דניאל הגרי בהצהרתו
(Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)
The IDF spokesperson confirmed that several launches from Lebanon struck the border towns of Netua, Manara and a military base in northern Israel. "IDF forces attacked the sources of fire," the army said.
Saudi network Al Arabiya reported that some rockets targeted the IDF airbase in Meron and the Northern Command headquarters in Safed.
Besides Safed, rocket and missile warning sirens were also heard in Meron, Merom HaGalil Regional Council, Kadita, Bar Yohai, Sasa, Or HaGanuz, Gush Halav, Kerem Ben Zimra, Dalton, and Kfar Shamai. Additional alerts were sounded in Birya and Amuka.
Hezbollah-affiliated Lebanese network Al-Mayadeen reported that IDF artillery pounded the southern Lebanon towns of Marwahin and Tayr Harfa in southern Lebanon after the deadly rocket attack on northern Israel.
First published: 09:52, 02.14.24
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