Four rockets fired at northern Israel

Ben Sales

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Four rockets have been fired at northern Israel from Syria.

No injuries have been reported, and no one has yet taken responsibility for the attack.

The rockets landed in Israel late Thursday afternoon, near the country’s northern border, adjacent to the Golan Heights. Sirens sounded ahead of the rockets, and residents have been advised to stay near shelter.

According to the Times of Israel, two of the rockets caused a wildfire upon landing.

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