Israel Launches Airstrikes on Hezbollah Militia Structure in Southern Lebanon Following Rocket Attacks by Hamas

Israel Strikes Hezbollah Military Site in Lebanon Following 12 Rocket Attacks

The Israeli Army has launched airstrikes on a military structure owned by the Shiite militia party Hezbollah in southern Lebanon, following rocket attacks by Hezbollah targeting northern Israel. No casualties have been reported from either side at this time.

The Israeli Army announced that their combat aircraft targeted a military structure of Hezbollah in the Mis al Jabal area where terrorists were present. Additionally, 15 projectiles fired from Lebanon struck open areas around a military post in Menara, with no reported casualties. Air alerts were activated to ensure safety in the area.

Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for the rocket attacks and stated that the target was a group of enemy soldiers. They also confirmed the death of one of their members, Muhammad Ibrahim al-Zein, who they say died as a martyr on the road to Jerusalem.

These incidents are part of the ongoing clashes between the Israeli Army and Hezbollah in southern Lebanon following attacks by Hamas against Israeli territory, resulting in numerous casualties and kidnappings. The situation remains tense as both sides continue to engage in conflict.

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