A Lebanese security force told Reuters news agency that troops fired shots from M16 assault rifles.
A second drone returned to Israel without being fired at after entering over Kfar Kila, also a border village.
Israel said on Sunday an air strike against an arm of Iran's Revolutionary Guards in Syria that it accused of planning "killer drone attacks" showed Tehran that its forces were vulnerable anywhere. The army fired in its direction, forcing it to go back where it came from, the army statement said.
"Israel must understand the consequences of its aggressive actions and that they come at a price", Iranian Government spokesman Ali Rabiei said at a Monday news conference broadcast by Iranian television.
Iran's Lebanese-proxy Hezbollah is preparing for a "calculated strike" against Israel, in response to a drone attack in the Mouawad neighborhood of Dahyeh, the Shi'ite group's stronghold in the southern part of Beirut. US and Russian Federation court both Iraq and Israel The US support for Israel is obvious but the criticism of Israeli attacks shows that it also wants not to create more tension with the Iraq government.
The Times reported the Israeli attack on the Beirut site was aimed at hampering a programme to build guided missiles by taking out a machine used to mix the solid fuel propellants needed for them.
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Israeli soldiers with their artillery unit on high alert seen near the Israeli-Syrian border, in the Golan Heights, on August 25, 2019. Israel has yet to comment on the incident.
There have been reports that Hezbollah would not hesitate to respond to Israel's aggression, particularly after Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah warned that his party will not allow such an attack to take place in Lebanon.
The Israel Defense Forces believes Hezbollah intends to attack IDF soldiers or a military installation on the border, and not civilians. Given Israeli actions Iraq could no doubt turn to Russian Federation so that Israel will not be able to continue attacks without suffering serious losses.
Lebanon's Higher Defence Council, which includes the president, prime minister and army commander, convened on Tuesday and said the Lebanese have "the right to defend themselves against any attack".
All the while, Lebanese prime minister has been in contact with both Russian and American officials, in order to coordinate attempts to restrain Israeli activities in Lebanon.
But in a speech on Sunday, Nasrallah described it as the first Israeli attack in Lebanon since the two sides fought a month-long war in 2006.
On Thursday, Netanyahu hinted at possible Israeli involvement in a series of blasts in the past few weeks that have hit weapon depots and bases belonging to paramilitary groups in Iraq, many of them backed by Iran.