Rockets fired from Lebanon hit northern Israel - Haaretz - Israel News Report: Rockets hit Northern Israel By Jack Khoury, Haaretz Correspondent, and Haaretz Service At least three Katyusha rockets, fired from south Lebanon, landed in northern Israel early Thursday morning. A medical official said several people were lightly wounded. Channel 10 reported that five people were lightly wounded or suffered shock. The rockets marked the first time Katyushas have landed in Israel since Israel began its offensive against Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on December 27. Residents of the western Galilee on Wednesday reported that three rockets hit their communities, with one falling near Nahariya. Channel 1 reported that several northern residents have opened their bomb shelters. Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Wednesday warned that should Israel attack Lebanon, it would suffer an even greater defeat than the one he claimed it suffered in 2006. "We are prepared for every possibility and are ready for all aggression... The Zionists will discover that the war they had in July was a walk in the park if we compare it to what we've prepared for every new aggression," Nasrallah said, referring to the Second Lebanon War.