In the early morning hours of Sunday, May 28, six 122-mm Katyusha rockets were launched from southern Lebanese towards Israel. Three of the rockets hit an IDF base at Mount Meron near the northern city of Safed, with 3-5 more landing just beside the base, nearly five miles inside Israel (click the maps below to enlarge the images).
In response, the IDF carried out an aerial attack on two command posts used by Hezbollah, one of which was a storage facility for weaponry and ammunition.
In the afternoon hours, Hezbollah launched a large scale attack on communities and military posts situated along the border with Lebanon. Hezbollah attacked with sniper fire and machine gun fire and launched additional Katyusha rockets and mortar shells at Israeli targets, and Israeli citizens along the border were hurried into shelters in order to protect themselves from the rocket barrage. An IDF soldier was severely wounded in the attack.
In response to this severe unprovoked attack, the IDF returned fire on outposts and additional Hezbollah targets along the Lebanese border, implementing both aerial attacks and artillery fire.
Rightly so, Israel holds the Lebanese government responsible for all attacks emanating from its territory. Hezbollah's terrorism will not end until Lebanon exacts control over all of its territory and implements UNSCR 1559 by disarming Hezbollah. Below are detailed maps of the attack -- click to enlarge.
UPDATE 5/30 @ 3:51pm: More on this from the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center.