Precision Strikes on Hezbollah Targets in Southern Lebanon

By Yoni Weiss

Smoke rises after an Israeli airstrike in southern Lebanon, Sunday. (Ayal Margolin/Flash90)

On Monday, IDF fighter jets targeted Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in Dhayra, southern Lebanon, following the identification of a terrorist entering a military compound in Ayta ash Shab. The strike, coordinated by the Fire Control Center of the Northern Command, aimed at neutralizing the threat posed by the terrorist within the compound.

Additionally, over the past day, IDF forces struck a Hezbollah launch post in Aitaroun and targeted terrorist infrastructure in al-Adisa and other regions across Lebanon.

In a separate development on Monday morning, fragments of an aircraft were discovered in an open area in Arbel, Lower Galilee, in northern Israel. Preliminary investigations suggest that the aircraft is not of IDF origin. The incident is currently under review, with IDF and Israel Police forces present at the scene to gather more information.

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