Israeli officials say the Hezbollah militant group has fired a new barrage of rockets from Lebanon into northern Israel, causing at least five injuries.
They say one of the rockets landed near a hospital in the town of Safed.
Other rockets hit the northern city of Haifa, where a rocket destroyed a building earlier on Monday and injured two people, and the town of Kiryat Shemona. A rocket attack Sunday killed eight people in Haifa.
Hezbollah has fired scores of rockets at Israel in nearly a week of fighting.
Earlier today, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert vowed again to continue Israel's offensive against Hezbollah until it releases two kidnapped Israeli soldiers, and Lebanese troops control the group's stronghold of southern Lebanon. Mr. Olmert blamed Iran and Syria, the main backers of Hezbollah, for the violence in the region.
Israeli airstrikes today killed at least 42 people in Lebanon. Israeli ground troops also crossed the border into southern Lebanon to attack a Hezbollah position, and then returned to Israeli soil.
Meanwhile, Israel's military says an Israeli airstrike in Lebanon destroyed an Iranian-made missile capable of landing deep in the Jewish state. Officials say the force of the blast sent the missile flying into the air before it could be launched, and that it fell to the ground.
Twenty-four Israelis have died in the fighting and rocket attacks. Israeli military strikes have killed more than 200 people in Lebanon.
Israel began the offensive against Hezbollah after the Islamic militant group captured two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid. Israel is demanding the return of its soldiers, and blames the Lebanese government for failing to stop Hezbollah's attacks.