Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Seniora attempted to calm the Lebanese-Israeli border Monday night. He met with representatives of Hizbullah forces, and talked to the UN forces' commander in Lebanon, and with American and French ambassadors in Beirut.
Lebanon police reported that Hizbullah shot hundreds of rockets and projectiles at the Sheba Farms at the Israeli-Lebanese-Syrian border.
Most of the northern and western Galilee residents were permitted to leave the secured areas in which they were confined for much of the day during the peak of the Hizbullah assault. However, those living in communities east of Ma'ayan Baruch were still required to remain in shelters, Israel Radio reported.
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