Special Report: Palestine-Israel Conflicts
BEIRUT, March 3 (Xinhua) -- The Lebanese army command
said Tuesday that Israeli fired on the main road of south Lebanon villages in
the day is a violation of UN resolution 1701, Elnashra website reported.
The report said that Israeli soldiers fired
machinegun rounds Tuesday at the main road linking southern Lebanese villages of
Adeisseh and Kfar Killa.
UN Interim forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) spokeswoman
Yasmina Bouziane said that the peacekeeping forces immediately initiated
contacts with the Lebanese and Israeli sides, and a team was dispatched to the
area for investigation.
The incident came weeks after rockets launched from
south Lebanon into northern Israel for the third time, prompting an Israeli
response of shelling back at the area where the rockets were dispatched from.
Israel held the Lebanese government responsible for
the rocket launching and describing it "a dangerous development."
UN resolution 1701 ended a devastating 34-day war
between Israel and the Lebanese Shiite armed group Hezbollah in 2006, it also
called for a cease of aggression from both sides, and the deployment of UNIFIL
troops to oversee the implementation of the