Siren was due to interceptor missile fired at target in Lebanon airspace, says IDF

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

The IDF says sirens sounded in an industrial zone near Afula due to the launch of an interceptor missile.

The missile was fired at an unspecified target over Lebanon, which according to the IDF did not enter Israeli airspace.

Sirens were activated in Alon Hatavor due to fears of falling shrapnel.

Video circulating on social media showed a piece of shrapnel falling in Kfar Tavor, though there are no reports of damage or injuries in the area.

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