May 13 2021, Lebanese security officials said on the 13th that three rockets were fired from southern Lebanon into Israel.
Witnesses in southern Lebanon told Xinhua that at 8 p.m. local time on the 13th, more than heard a loud noise, and the celebration of Eid al-Fitr set off firecrackers sound very different, and then saw the air there is fire moving.
Lebanese media quoted sources as saying the rockets were fired from outside the village of Kolileh, near the Lebanese-Israeli border. The village is located north of the town of Naqurah, which is home to the headquarters of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).
There were reports that Lebanese military intelligence had found cars used by rocket launchers and arrested a Palestinian who was involved. Lebanese security officials denied that the incident was linked to the Allah Party.
The Israeli military confirmed that three rockets had been fired from southern Lebanon, but that they had landed in the Mediterranean Sea without causing any damage or casualties.
UNIFIL spokesman Andre Tenenti said the same day, UNIFIL Commander Major General Stefano Delkor and the Lebanese and Israeli sides have been in contact, asking both sides to exercise maximum restraint and cooperate with UNIFIL to prevent escalation.