Hezbollah Terrorists Launch Anti-Aircraft Missiles at Israeli Jets


View of a large fire caused from rockets fired from Lebanon, near the northern town of Kiryat Shmona, June 4. (Ayal Margolin/Flash90)

On Sunday, Hezbollah terrorists launched anti-aircraft missiles at Israeli fighter jets over southern Lebanon, as reported by the IDF. This incident marks the first use of such missiles against Israeli jets in Lebanon since the conflict began eight months ago, amid escalating cross-border tensions between Israel and the Iran-backed group.

The IDF stated that the aircraft were not under significant threat from the attack. Shortly after the missiles were launched, an Israeli drone struck and killed the Hezbollah cell near Tyre.

Additionally, the IDF reported targeting multiple Hezbollah structures in southern Lebanon. Strikes were carried out on buildings in Chebaa, Aitaroun, and Markaba, as well as on additional infrastructure in Aitaroun and a rocket launcher in at-Tiri used in a recent attack on northern Israel. Another building in Houla, identified as housing Hezbollah operatives, was also hit by Israeli fighter jets.

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