IDF strikes Hezbollah infrastructure
IDF strikes Hezbollah infrastructureIDF Spokesperson's Unit

A barrage of at least 35 rockets was fired on Monday evening towards the city of Tzfat in northern Israel, with sirens sounding in the city as Israelis were gathering to celebrate the start of the holiday of Passover.

The rockets exploded in open areas, and there were no reports of physical injuries or damages.

The IDF said it struck the source of the rocket fire.

Shortly after the sirens in Tzfat, sirens warning of an infiltration of a hostile aircraft were sounded in Shlomi and other communities located near the border with Lebanon.

Several minutes later, the Home Front Command said the incident had concluded.

IDF strikes Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in southern LebanonIDF Spokesperson's Unit

The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit subsequently said that “a short while ago, IAF fighter jets struck Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in southern Lebanon.”

“Earlier today, two military structures where Hezbollah terrorists operated were struck in the areas of Arzoun and Odaisseh in southern Lebanon,” it added.

On Sunday night, a surface-to-air missile was launched toward an IAF UAV that was operating in Lebanese airspace. As a result, the UAV was hit and fell in Lebanese territory, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.

The incident is under review, the statement added.

IAF fighter jets struck the launch site from which the missile was fired.

(Israel National News' North American desk is keeping you updated until the start of Passover in New York. The time posted automatically on all Israel National News articles, however, is Israeli time.)