Three Rockets Target Bekaa Town of Britalإقرأ هذا الخبر بالعربية
Three rockets landed in the northern Bekaa town of Brital on Friday, causing no casualties.
According to LBCI television, the projectiles were fired from the Eastern Mountain Range on the border between Lebanon and Syria.
Voice of Lebanon radio (93.3) said the shelling caused material damage.
“The first rocket landed west of the international highway in grape groves belonging to the Jaafar family,” the National News Agency said, adding that “shrapnel hit the nearby houses without causing any casualties.”
The second rocket fell in a wasteland east of the international highway.
Later on Friday, LBCI said a third rocket struck Brital without leading to any injuries.
On Tuesday, a rocket launched from the same region fell near the northern Bekaa town of al-Fakiha.
Six rockets fired from the Eastern Mountain Belt landed in and around Brital on June 28 without causing any injuries.
Extremist Islamist groups usually claim responsibility for such attacks, arguing that they come in retaliation to Hizbullah's military intervention in Syria.