Two Rockets from Eastern Mountain Belt Hit Hawr Taala

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Two rockets fired on Sunday from the Eastern Mountain Range (on the Lebanese-Syrian border) landed on the outskirts of the Bekaa Valley towns of Hawr Taala.

According to a communique issued by the army command, no casualties were reported.

The statement said that an army unit headed to the targeted area and a military expert arrived at the scene to inspect the two rockets.

Media reports had earlier said that one rocket had targeted the heights of the Bekaa town of Brital. media reports said.

LBCI said that the rocket was fired from Syrian territories.

On saturday night several rockets hit on the Bekaa towns of Hermel and Arsal, without causing any fatalities.

Since Hizbullah's intervention in the fighting in Syria, rockets from the Syrian side of the border have frequently landed mainly in Hermel and in Britel.

Earlier in May, two rockets launched from the Eastern Mountain Range landed in the outskirts of the Baalbek town of Britel without causing any injuries.

The assaults are usually claimed by Al-Nusra Front in Lebanon and the Islamic State in Iraq of Iraq and the Levant.

Comments 4
Missing phillipo 18 May 2014, 12:42

Where is the complaint to the UN?

Default-user-icon hil khash (Guest) 18 May 2014, 13:35

shame on you, idiots

Default-user-icon Nisch (Guest) 18 May 2014, 18:27

The comments by the so call educated youth of this country, are even more distubing than the news above.

Thumb ex-fpm 18 May 2014, 20:05

flamethrower, come on grow up! If jerry or others you accuse of being moderators surely they would have deleted the above comments by now(: