Two Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon fell on northern Israel Sunday afternoon, police and the military said. No one was hurt, but there was some damage, they said.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said on Sunday Israel would be prepared to take more risks for peace with the Palestinians now that President Mahmoud Abbas had formed a government without Hamas.
Militants in Lebanon fired at least two rockets into Israel on Sunday, causing no casualties and little damage, but raising the possibility of a new flare-up on the volatile border less than a year after Israel's bloody monthlong war against Hezbollah.
At least two Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon landed near the northern Israeli town of Kiryat Shmona on Sunday, police and Israel Defense Forces said.
Jamal Abu Zayda waited 15 hours in the Erez crossing, a narrow tunnel with high walls, jostling with thieves, panicked women and crying babies before reaching Israel early Sunday.
Militants in Lebanon fired rockets into Israel on Sunday for the first time in 10 months, with the army saying a Palestinian organisation was behind the strike that caused no injuries.
Israeli troops fired five shells at south Lebanon where the army was searching for the guerrillas who fired rockets earlier Sunday on northern Israel, security forces said.
Two Katyusha rockets fell on northern Israel Sunday, the first fired from Lebanon since last summer's inconclusive war with Hezbollah guerrillas. No one was hurt, but there was some damage, police and the military said.
A Palestinian organisation in Lebanon fired the rockets which slammed into northern Israel on Sunday without causing casualties, Israeli radios quoted defence officials as saying.
Two rockets slammed into northern Israel from Lebanon on Sunday without causing any casualties, the first such fire since last summer's conflict with Hezbollah, army radio reported.