A woman carries a child as she checks a house that was hit by Israeli rockets in the southern border village of Kfar Kila, Saturday, March 15, 2014. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A Spanish contingent with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon arrived at Sheet's home to inspect the damage and take photos in an attempt to document the source of fire using a handheld GPS system.A Lebanese Army unit also inspected Sheet's house and collected shrapnel from the mortar bombs. The Israeli army said it shelled a Hezbollah position in response to the bomb attack, which was later claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria.Awidah Sheikh Sayyed Abbas Fadlallah, who arrived at Sheet's home to check on the family, said that the Lebanese should unite against Israel.
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