The Israeli army has discovered dozens of missiles launched from southern Lebanon towards northern Israel, Israeli media reported.
“The missiles were fired towards the settlement of Kiryat Shmona and the so-called Finger of Galilee,” the media reported.
The army is said to have intercepted some of the missiles, while others fell in open areas.
Earlier in the day, the Lebanese group Hezbollah said it had targeted Israeli surveillance systems near the border with Israel.
Tensions have escalated along the border between Lebanon and Israel amid occasional exchanges of fire between Israeli forces and Hezbollah since early October over an Israeli military offensive on the Gaza Strip following a cross-border attack by Hamas.
Following a genocide claim brought by the Republic of South Africa, the International Court of Justice ruled on January 26 that Israel must refrain from any actions related to the killing, attacks and destruction of Gazans and take all measures to prevent the genocide.
However, Israeli forces continue to carry out attacks that have killed at least 27,947 Palestinians, mostly women and children, and wounded 67,459 since October 7.