The Israeli army said it fired at southern Lebanon after a number of anti-tank missiles aimed at the Israeli army base and vehicles near the border.
Rockets hit several of their targets on Sunday, said the Israeli army, which according to Hezbollah, rockets fired from Lebanon destroyed a tank, killing and injuring those inside it, AFP reported.
In its statement, the Israeli army stated "a number of anti-tank missiles were fired from Lebanon at Israel's base and military vehicles. "
"A number of strikes have been confirmed," the Israeli army added. Israel responded with fire to sources of fire and targets in southern Lebanon. "
Anti-tank missiles fired from Lebanon hit IDF military positions in northern Israel. We returned fire to the source of the attack in southern Lebanon.
] We will continue to update as the situation develops.
̵1; Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) September 1, 2019
Zeina Khodr of Al Jazeera, reporting from the Lebanese capital Beirut, said people were fighting for a response like that of Hezbollah.  "This [Hezbollah] blames Israel for the killing of two of its members inside Syria, and blames Israel for what it says were two armed drones in the southern suburbs of Beirut," she said.
"This is the first time Hezbollah has claimed an attack inside Israel after the 2006 war between Hezbollah and Israel. "
Al Jazeera correspondent Harry Fawcett said Israel was most likely preparing for revenge on Israel last Sunday when Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech that Israel" must pay
I think Israel was ready when Nasrallah delivered his speech last Sunday when he said Israel had violated the ched conditions of the engagement rules that were in place after the end of the last conflict in 2006, "said Fawcett of the North n Israel.
The incident comes hours after the Lebanese army claims an Israeli drone breached its airspace and burned incendiary materials and ignited a fire in a pine forest near
Lebanon's state news agency NNA said on Saturday that Israeli forces had fired bombs.
A statement by the Israeli army only said that the fires near the border "came from operations by our forces in the area". ] Shortly before Naral spoke last week, the Israeli army announced that it had ordered additional forces to deploy to "northern command" along the border with Lebanon.
Tensions between the two ku last week after Hezbollah accused Israel of throwing explosive drones at a group stronghold in the Lebanese capital.
At that time, a movement backed by Iran claimed that a drone landed on the roof of a building.
The Israeli media has since reported that the drones were targeting blending hardware used in precision-guided missiles.
Hezbollah and Lebanese officials did not respond to these reports.
On Wednesday, the Lebanese army claimed to have fired at Israeli drones disrupting its airspace, forcing the aircraft to return across the border.
Al Jazeera and News Agencies