Israeli army shells from a retaliatory atrike following a Hezbollah missile attack on Sept. 1, 2019. (AP Photo) AP Photo


Lebanon-based Hezbollah terrorists on Sunday fired rockets into northern Israel, striking several targets but causing no injuries or casualties.

While Hezbollah announced on Sunday it had destroyed an IDF vehicle near the border with a missile attack, not a single Israeli was harmed in the strike launched by the Islamic terror group on Israel.

Speaking just an hour after the attack by Hezbollah, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced, “We have no casualties – not even a scratch. We were attacked with several anti-tank missiles. We responded with 100 shells and firing from the air by various means.”

The IDF urged residents near the border to stay indoors and ordered public bomb shelters to remain open.

“A new empire has arisen, the goal of which is to defeat us. They dispatch proxies. We are dealing with extremist Islam led by various elements, but in the end, the biggest threat to our existence comes from Iran,” explained Netanyahu.