unfortunately after using beethoven's "moonlight sonata" as the soundtrack for the beginning, they sadly change to some drum-heavy hip hop sort of thing that's in just about every truth video, but it's well worth the watch.
this will show you just how extraordinary the crash of 2008 has really become
Police said the rockets landed in open areas and there were no reports of damage or injuries. People in northern Israel were asked to head to bomb shelters. Israel responded with artillery fire into south Lebanon, witnesses said.
Security sources in Lebanon said five rockets were fired but two fell short of the Israeli border.
The attacks come as UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon travelled to the Middle East on a tour aimed at pressuring Israel and Hamas into a lasting ceasefire.
Mr Ban is scheduled to meet Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak as part of diplomatic efforts to end the conflict, which has killed almost 1,000 people.
He will then visit Israel and the West Bank as well as other regional powers.
But the UN chief is not scheduled to meet representatives of Hamas - which controls the Gaza Strip - and it is not clear whether he will go to Gaza itself during his week-long trip, the BBC reports.
Four rockets were fired on northern Israel last Thursday. Lebanon's Hezbollah guerrilla group denied responsibility and speculation focused on small Palestinian groups in Lebanon.
Israeli officials have expressed concern that militants in Lebanon could try to open a second front in the Gaza campaign in solidarity with Hamas.
Police said the latest rockets hit near the near the northern town of Kiryat Shemona.