ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 142

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2 soldiers lightly wounded in Hezbollah rocket attack from Lebanon

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

Israeli troops operating on the northern border in a photo released by the military for publication on February 6, 2024 (Israel Defense Forces)
Israeli troops operating on the northern border in a photo released by the military for publication on February 6, 2024 (Israel Defense Forces)

Two soldiers are lightly wounded in a rocket attack from Lebanon on an area near the northern community of Margaliot this morning, the IDF says.

Hezbollah claimed responsibility for the attack at around 8 a.m., saying it targeted a military position.

The IDF says it shelled the launch sites, and carried out additional airstrikes against Hezbollah targets today and overnight.

Fighter jets hit a building used by Hezbollah in the village of Marwahin this morning, and overnight hit another site belonging to the terror group in Mays al-Jabal, the IDF says.

The IDF says it also shelled areas in southern Lebanon with artillery to “remove threats.”

Hezbollah also claims additional missile and rocket attacks against army positions near Rosh Hanikra and Margaliot in the last few hours. There are no reports of injuries.

The terror group has been carrying out daily missile, rocket, and drone attacks on northern Israel amid the war in Gaza.

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