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UPDATE 11:41 a.m. EDT: The IDF confirmed the rocket attack in a tweet, saying the missile fell "in an open area" in the Golan Heights:
A rocket fired from Syria fell in an open area in El Rom in the Golan Heights.
â€” IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) July 14, 2014
A rocket was fired Monday into northern Israel from Syria, according to multiple reports on Twitter, a day after the Israel Defense Forces confirmed a rocket was "likely intentionally" fired from Israel's northeastern neighbor.
BREAKING NEWS: A rocket has just been fired from Syria into Israel.
— PzFeed Top News (@PzFeed) July 14, 2014
Rocket fired moments ago towards northern Israel, fired from Syria.
— Israel News Feed (@IsraelHatzolah) July 14, 2014
The Israel Defense Forces has yet to confirm the reports. The IDF’s Twitter account did confirm that a rocket hit Israel Sunday night from Syria that it said was “likely intentionally.” The IDF said Israel responded with artillery fire toward Syrian military posts. “Hits confirmed,” the military tweeted.