Two Israelis were killed and fifteen others were wounded as a barrage of 13 rockets landed throughout Haifa and the Krayot on Sunday morning.
One Israeli was seriously wounded and four were moderately wounded in the attack. Another nine were lightly wounded or suffering from shock.
At the same time, five rockets landed in Karmiel, leaving two people lightly wounded and several others suffering from shock.
Medical teams on the scene discovered one person who was trapped in a building, while a small fire broke out as a result of the rocket blast.
Heavy barrages of Katyusha rockets rained down on Nahariya, Karmiel, Safed, and Rosh Pina on Saturday evening, wounding several Israelis and causing extensive damage.
One Karmiel resident, who was driving at the time the rocket struck, was seriously wounded by shrapnel to his neck. Rescue crews treated at least 11 other people for shock, and all the wounded were evacuated to the hospital in Nahariya.
Between 30 and 40 rockets landed in the Kiryat Shmona area. A home was damaged by the strike, though most of rockets struck roads and open areas.
In the first barrage, late Saturday morning, two rockets, launched from Lebanon, directly hit two buildings in Karmiel. One person was moderately wounded in the attack. Three rockets landed in Safed.
Other rockets landed in Nahariya, the Golan Heights and other places in the Upper Galilee and Galilee Panhandle. Firefighters were working to extinguish fires ignited as a result of the attack.
MDA reported of 15 settlers wounded in the first strike. In Karmiel, one person was moderately wounded, one sustained light wounds and four others suffered from shock. In Kiryat Shmona there were four people who suffered from shock.
Hezbollah also fired rockets Friday at the Galilee, where two people were hurt. One person was wounded in Yesod Hama'aleh from rocket shrapnel, and a Rosh Pina resident was very hurt in a strike. Two houses were damaged in the Western Galilee, near Ma'alot. Rockets hit two empty homes in Nahariya, causing many injuries. Rockets also landed in open areas near Safed and Kiryat Shmona, Tiberias, and in the vicinity of Carmiel.
On the other hand, Israel has responded by attacking Hezbollah positions in Lebanon, and carrying out air and artillery strikes against civil and governmental infrastructure. The attacks have killed at least 400Lebanese civilians.