The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said it is striking targets in Syria and Lebanon after missiles were reportedly launched toward Israel from those countries on Thursday evening.
Two missiles launched from Syria landed in an open area in the town of Buq'ata in northern Israel, according to the IDF.
The IDF also said it identified "a number of launches" from Lebanon toward the areas of Shtula, Malkia and Zar'it also in the northern part of the country. The launches led to sirens sounding in Golan Heights and Zar'it.
The IDF said it is striking the sources of the launches.
Earlier on Thursday, the IDF said that Israel Air Force fighter jets struck an "operational command and control center" in Lebanon belonging to Hezbollah after launches were detected coming from the vicinity.