Israeli warplanes targeted a Palestinian group’s site in Lebanon, near the Syrian borders, in the early morning hours of Monday.
The Lebanese National News Agency (NNA) reported that Israeli warplanes carried out an airstrike on a site belonging to the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine- General Command (PFLP-GC) in the town of Qusaya in the Bekaa Valley in eastern Lebanon.
An official from the PFLP-GC site said that the Israeli airstrikes caused only material damage.
NNA added that three explosions were overheard in Beqaa, which later turned out be three strikes that targeted the aforementioned site.
The strike caused damages to the site, with no human casualties reported, however.
This came just hours after Israel bombed a site in the northern besieged Gaza Strip in retaliation for rockets launched from the besieged coastal enclave toward southern Israel on Sunday evening.