Europe News Desk!! Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati has said that Lebanon rejects any kind of military action from its soil and the use of Lebanese territories to carry out operations that threaten the country’s stability. Mikati’s comments on Thursday came after rocket attacks were launched from Lebanon into Israel. Meanwhile, Israeli police forces raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem’s Old City for the second day in a row, triggering fresh clashes with Palestinian clerics. Lebanon remains committed to UN Resolution 1701 and to close coordination between the Lebanese Army and the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), the Lebanese Prime Minister said in a statement issued by the Council of Ministers.
Meanwhile, UNIFIL issued an order for civilian and military personnel to take shelter inside their bases amid tensions along the Lebanon-Israel border, according to the report. UNIFIL peacekeepers continue to perform their duties and do everything they can during this explosive and dangerous situation, UNIFIL said in a statement. Three new rockets were fired in Israel. Israeli forces have been shelling the outskirts of the southern Lebanese town of Al-Qulayla with artillery after dozens of rockets were fired at Israel from Lebanon.
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