“A short while ago, 3 rockets were detected from inside Syria towards Israeli territory,” the occupation army said in a statement.
“One of the rockets landed inside Syrian territory, while the other two landed in open areas inside Israel,” the statement said.
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the rocket fire, and there was no comment from the Syrian authorities until now.
This comes in conjunction with the “brutal” attacks that all the Palestinian territories have witnessed committed by the occupation police and Israeli settlers, since April 13, in Jerusalem, especially the Bab al-Amud area and the Al-Aqsa Mosque and its surroundings, and Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where Israel wants to evacuate 12 Palestinian homes And hand it over to settlers.
The martyrdom of a Lebanese youth
In the context, the National Media Agency in Lebanon stated that a 21-year-old youth died of his wounds sustained, on Friday, by Israeli fire, after he and a group of youths tried to cross the security fence on the border with Israel.
The agency said that another young man was wounded by Israeli fire after Lebanese gathered in the border area to organize a protest in solidarity with the Palestinians.
The Israeli occupation army had said earlier that a number of people in Lebanon damaged the border fence with Israel and set fire to a field in the area. The army said that Israeli tanks fired warning shots and that people had left the area.
Lebanese protesters gathered near the border fence, waving Palestinian flags and the flags of the Lebanese anti-Israel Hezbollah group.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun said that he strongly condemns “the crime committed by the Israeli forces, when they opened fire this afternoon on a group of youths who demonstrated at the southern borders in protest against the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, which led to the death of the young man, Muhammad Tahan, and the wounding of another.”
The National News Agency stated that Aoun had requested the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Charbel Wahba, to “inform the United Nations of the Israeli attack and its consequences, in preparation for taking the necessary steps as a result of that.”
A witness said that the Lebanese army dispersed the protesters in the presence of the United Nations peacekeepers in Lebanon.
On Friday, 3 Palestinians were killed as a result of the Israeli warplanes bombing an apartment west of Gaza City.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, the number of victims of the violent Israeli raids on the Strip has increased since Monday evening, to 126 martyrs, including 31 children and 20 women, in addition to 950 injuries. According to its latest statistics.
The West Bank also rose in support of Gaza and Jerusalem, and medical sources reported that the number of martyrs in the West Bank rose to 11 after a Palestinian was martyred in Tulkarm and hundreds of others were injured today, in continuous violent clashes in the West Bank between protesters who emerged in support of occupied Jerusalem and Gaza and the Israeli occupation forces. The occupation of the demonstrators in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in Jerusalem.