Second rocket was also launched from southern Lebanon, according to local media reports, after Israeli raid on Al-Aqsa.
The Israeli army has said that it has intercepted a rocket fired from Lebanon after Israeli police attacked Palestinians inside Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque.
“A rocket was fired from Lebanon into Israeli territory and was successfully intercepted,” an army statement said on Thursday. Warning sirens had sounded in the town of Shlomi and in Moshav Betzet in northern Israel, the army added.
A second rocket attack was also launched from southern Lebanon, according to local Israeli media reports.
More to follow.