JERUSALEM (AP) -- The Israeli military and a Palestinian official say the Jewish state's air force struck a target south of Beirut.
The Friday morning air raid came a day after militants fired four rockets from Lebanon into Israel. Three hit Israel and the fourth was intercepted.
No one was injured by the rockets, and the Israeli military dismissed the attack as an "isolated incident."
The military says Israeli warplanes targeted "a terror site located between Beirut and Sidon in response" to the rocket attack.
A Lebanon-based official with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command says the raid caused no casualties.
He says the warplanes struck a coastal town south of Beirut. The Palestinian group is active there.