An Israeli march fired a missile targeting a car in the town of Aita al-Shaab in southern Lebanon (Al Jazeera)

Lebanese Hezbollah announced on Saturday that 4 of its members were killed in clashes with the Israeli army on Lebanon's southern border, while Al Jazeera correspondent reported that a number of towns in southern Lebanon were subjected to Israeli shelling.

In a statement, Hizbullah mourned Hassan Akram al-Musawi, Haidar Mohammed al-Mazawi, Rakan Ali Saif al-Din and Abbas Mohammed al-Ajmi from various towns in the Bekaa, and explained that "the dead rose as martyrs on the road to Jerusalem," without giving further details.

This brings the death toll of Hezbollah members as a result of confrontations and mutual shelling with the Israeli army since the past to 133, according to Anadolu Agency.

The Al Jazeera correspondent said that a missile fired by an Israeli drone targeted a car in the southern Lebanese town of Aita al-Shaab, wounding one person. He also reported that the vicinity of the towns of Tayrharfa, al-Jabain and Kafr Kila had been subjected to Israeli shelling.

Hezbollah revealed on Friday that it had targeted Israeli army sites in the Galilee, including equipment and spy equipment in Doviv.

Hizbullah today distributed footage of Friday's operations, saying that its fighters also shelled the site of Hadab Yaroun and the site of Ruwaisat al-Qarn in the occupied Shebaa farms, and also targeted artillery positions in Khirbet Ma'ar, the site of Al-Marj, and a gathering of soldiers at the Ramiya site and between the Zarit barracks and Birkat Risha.

In solidarity with the Gaza Strip, Hezbollah and Palestinian factions in Lebanon have exchanged sporadic daily bombardment with the Israeli army since Oct. 8, resulting in dozens of deaths and injuries on both sides of the border.

Source : Al Jazeera + Agencies