The Israeli army on Tuesday released two Lebanese detained in the previous day on suspicion of belonging to Hezbollah, reported the Doha-based al-Jazeera TV channel.
The report cited Israeli army sources as saying that the army arrested the two Lebanese suspected of being Hezbollah guerillas near the southern Lebanese border village Maroun al-Ras on Monday morning.
The Israeli army had released them and sent them back to Lebanon on Tuesday, the sources added.
No further details were revealed.
Israeli troops captured Maroun al-Ras on Sunday and clashed against Hezbollah guerillas there.
Violence continued in Lebanon on Tuesday as Israel showed no intention to end a two-week-old massive assault against the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah which kidnapped two Israeli soldiers and killed eight during cross-border attacks on July 12.
Hezbollah has demanded Israel free prisoners held in Israeli jails in exchange for the two captive soldiers, but Israel has so far rejected it, insisting on an unconditional release.