After Herzbollah field commander killed by IDF, rocket alarms blare in northern Israel

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

Incoming rocket sirens are sounding in the Mount Meron area in northern Israel, as well as in the city of Kiryat Shmona.

The sirens come after a top Hezbollah field commander was killed in an IDF drone strike last night.

Hezbollah has attacked Mount Meron, which is located some eight kilometers (5 miles) from the Lebanon border, several times amid the ongoing war, launching large barrages of rockets at the mountain, as well as guided missiles at the Israeli air traffic control base that sits atop it.

The largely evacuated Kiryat Shmona has also been targeted numerous times amid the war.

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