TEL AVIV – Reports are coming into WND of a possible rocket or rockets fired from Lebanon into northern Israel.
A spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces said the army is currently looking into the reports.
"The IDF is aware that an explosion was heard in the area," the spokesperson told WND. "Soldiers are currently searching the area. The reason for the explosion is being investigated."
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Residents in northern Israeli city of Metula report hearing explosions.
The reports follow explosions earlier Sunday from three rockets launched into a Hezbollah stronghold in the Shiite Muslim section of Beirut.
Saturday, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah declared in an address that his militia was committed to defending Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime from a months-long insurgency.
"We will continue to the end of the road. We accept this responsibility and will accept all sacrifices and expected consequences of this position," he said in a televised speech. "We will be the ones who bring victory."