IDF: Fighter jets hit south Lebanon building used by Hezbollah operatives

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

Israeli fighter jets struck a building in southern Lebanon’s Maroun al-Ras where Hezbollah operatives were identified, the military says.

The IDF says the operatives were spotted near the building, known to be used by the terror group, by soldiers of the 869th Combat Intelligence Collection Unit.

Earlier, some 10 rockets were fired from Lebanon at the Malkia and Mount Dov areas on the border.

The IDF says there are no injuries and that it shelled the launch sites with artillery.

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