IDF says fighter jets and ground forces struck Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon

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

Israeli fighter jets struck a building the IDF says is used by Hezbollah in southern Lebanon’s Tayr Harfa earlier today.

Troops also shelled areas near Naqoura, Marwahin, Hanine and Matmoura with artillery to “remove threats,” the military says.

In addition, tanks shelled a building in Kafr Kila where the IDF says it identified “terror activity.”

Earlier, an anti-tank guided missile was fired from Lebanon at the border community of Shtula, and two more rockets were fired at the Mount Hermon area. The IDF says it shelled the launch sites.

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