Israeli sources reported on Monday that three Israelis were injured after Hezbollah fighters fired some 25 Katusha rockets at northern Israel.
The sources added that eight Katusha shells landed in Nahariya, and that one of the shells detonated in the yard of a house, lightly inuring one Israeli.
Another Israeli resident was lightly injured when a shell slammed near Safad.
Also, several shells hit Rosh Pina and Kiryat Shmona, lightly wounding one person, Israeli online daily Haaretz reported.
Meanwhile, the Israeli government released the names of Israel soldiers killed in a Sunday rocket attack on Kfar Giladi. A total of 12 soldiers were killed and 12 others were injured, four seriously, in a direct hit on an open area in the northern community of Kfar Giladi, Haaretz added.
On Sunday evening, three residents were killed and at least forty were injured in Haifa after Hezbollah gunmen fired at least 22 Katusha rockets into the city.
The three were identified as Hana Hamam, 62, and Labiba Mazauwi, 67, both are residents of Haifa, and Roni Rubinsky, 30, residents of Kiryat Motzkin.