After two people were wounded by rockets, anti-tank missiles, and mortars launched into Israeli territory from across the northern border on Monday morning, the IDF operated in Lebanon. Artillery forces fired at the source of two rockets launched from Lebanon into northern Israel, causing sirens to sound across the Western Galilee. IDF artillery also struck the source of anti-tank fire aimed at the northern border town of Netua. The Israeli military noted that the two rockets fell in open fields, and no casualties were reported. Rocket sirens also sounded in Arab el-Aramsha after mortar shells were launched from Lebanese territory and landed in open fields. The IDF also struck a terrorist cell identified along the Lebanese border overnight. Hezbollah claimed responsibility for wounding 21 Israelis in multiple incidents of anti-tank and mortar fire on Sunday. In one incident, 14 civilians were wounded by anti-tank fire in Dovev, including one seriously and another in critical condition. In a separate incident, seven soldiers were wounded by mortar fire in the Manara area.