Israeli occupation forces launched a raid targeting the town of Kafr Shuba in southern Lebanon (Anadolu Agency)

Lebanon's Hezbollah announced on Wednesday the targeting of several Israeli military sites off Lebanon's southern border, saying it had inflicted casualties among soldiers.

The party said in a statement that it targeted the site of the Israeli monk (opposite the town of Aita al-Shaab) with volcano rockets and achieved direct hits.

He explained that they targeted enemy artillery positions in the settlement of Khirbet Ma'ar, opposite the Lebanese town of Al-Bustan, with rockets, and achieved direct hits, as well as targeting the Israeli site and fortifications, which led to confirmed injuries among Israeli soldiers, according to the party's statement.

Al-Jazeera correspondent reported that the Israeli occupation forces launched a raid targeting the town of Kafr Shuba in the eastern sector of southern Lebanon.

Israeli Army Radio said at least five rockets were detected that penetrated Israeli territory after the Galilee sirens sounded.

For its part, the official Lebanese news agency reported that Israeli artillery shelling targeted the outskirts of the towns of Ramia, Beit Lev, Aita al-Shaab, Halta, Kafr Shuba, Yarin, Marwahin, Naqoura and Jabal al-Labouneh, adding that Israel targeted with artillery shells, the Ras al-Dhahr area, west of the town of Mays al-Jabal, and the Ruwaisa Hula area.

It said a civilian was killed inside his car and another was wounded by Israeli snipers on the outskirts of the village of Kafr Kila in southern Lebanon.

Since this afternoon, the agency has reported the continued intensive flights of Israeli spy planes at low levels, over the towns of the Nabatieh region and the province of Tuffah.

Earlier on Wednesday, Israeli artillery shelling targeted a house in the southern Lebanese border town of Blida.

The border areas in southern Lebanon have been witnessing security tension and exchange of fire between the Israeli army and elements of Hezbollah and the Palestinian resistance in Lebanon, since the eighth of last October after the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip, which resulted in dozens of deaths and injuries on both sides of the border.

Source : Al Jazeera + Agencies