Hezbollah just fired at least three rockets into northern Israel, which is a clear message from Iran and the terrorist group to back off of Syrian dictator Bashar Assad:
One rocket landed in Biranit, 700 meters from the Lebanese border. No damage or injuries were reported in the attack. Two additional rockets landed in the Western Galilee town of Netua , causing some damage to a chicken coop and a gas tank, but no injuries.
Police were searching for a possible fourth rocket in a wooded area near Kfar Vradim, just south of Ma’alot, also in the Western Galilee. Residents reported hearing an explosion in the area.
This is Iran’s way of saying that it will not tolerate any more pressure being put on Assad to quit. Hezbollah would not fire rockets into northern Israel without direct approval from Ali Khamenei. Iran is obviously aware of the joint command center in Iskendrun to prepare for intervention in Syria, especially after the Debkafile report broadcasted it to the world.
This is their first public reaction and a hint of things to come if the pressure on Assad does not stop.
Update: Hezbollah denies responsibility.