Hezbollah Weapons Storage and Command Centers Targeted in Lebanon

By Yoni Weiss

Smoke rises after an Israeli air strike in the Village of Yaroun, as it seen from the Israeli side of the border, last week. (Ayal Margolin/Flash90)

The IDF carried out airstrikes targeting a weapons storage facility owned by the Hezbollah terror group in Matmoura, Lebanon. The IDF confirmed that an aircraft identified a terrorist cell entering the facility, leading to subsequent strikes by fighter jets. The attack resulted in secondary explosions, indicating the presence of substantial weapon stockpiles at the site.

Additionally, IDF fighter jets targeted an operational command center utilized by Hezbollah’s Radwan forces in Baraachit and launched strikes on terrorist infrastructure and launch posts in Jabal Blat in southern Lebanon. Artillery strikes were also conducted in Rachaya Al Foukhar to eliminate potential threats.

Earlier, the IDF identified and struck a Hezbollah terror cell entering a military compound in Blida, southern Lebanon. Drone surveillance played a key role in detecting the terrorist activity, leading to precise airstrikes on the military compound. Subsequent airstrikes were carried out on Hezbollah military compounds in Rab El Thalathine, Ayta ash Shab, and Blida, accompanied by artillery strikes in various locations in southern Lebanon to neutralize potential threats.

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