Israeli authorities say two rockets fired from Lebanon have hit northern Israel, but no injuries are reported.
Police say the rockets landed today near the border town Kiryat Shemona.
They say there was some property damaged, including a vehicle.
Israeli officials say they believe Palestinians were responsible for the rocket attack, but they say Israel will not be provoked by the incident.
The Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has denied any links to the attack.
Hezbollah guerrillas fired thousands of rockets into Israel during the war between the two sides last year.