This could be a whole new level of clusterfuck.
Rockets hit Israel from Lebanon
Israel replied with artillery, but called the attack an "isolated event".
The incident followed Israel's heaviest bombardment so far on Gaza, with 60 air strikes targeting Hamas facilities.
Efforts have continued to broker a ceasefire, as a senior Israeli official travelled to Cairo to hear details of a plan put forward by Egypt and France.
A Hamas delegation is expected in the Egyptian capital at some stage for parallel "technical" talks, Egyptian diplomats said.
If it was Hezbollah they would've fired more than 3-5 rockets. Looks like it was done independently. But nothing happens in southern Lebanon without the knowledge and passive consent of Hezbollah, which de-facto controls the area.
If anything, it could force Israel's hand and stop their rampage from going any further. Neither Israel or Lebanon want to start something.