IAF Interdicts Weapons Headed for Hizbullah

YERUSHALAYIM -

Israeli Air Force fighter jets struck a weapons convoy en route to Hizbullah units in Syria, according to local media reports Tuesday night.

The attack reportedly took place on the Syrian-Lebanese border during the afternoon and hit a number of vital positions belonging to the terror organization.

Citing Arab media reports, Israeli news said that the Air Force targeted the convoy near a Syrian “rebel safe-haven” where Hizbullah units were stationed.

Last month, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu acknowledged for the first time in public that Israel has taken military action dozens of times beyond the northern border to prevent Hizbullah from obtaining “game-changing” weaponry.