IDF says it continued striking Hezbollah targets in south Lebanon after rocket fire

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

File - A photo taken from the area of Marjayoun in southern Lebanon shows smoke billowing from the northern village of Metula after being targeted by shelling from Lebanon on January 31, 2024. (AFP)
File - A photo taken from the area of Marjayoun in southern Lebanon shows smoke billowing from the northern village of Metula after being targeted by shelling from Lebanon on January 31, 2024. (AFP)

The IDF says it struck Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon today, as the terror group continues attacks on northern Israel.

Hezbollah sites hit by fighter jets and artillery shelling included a military complex in Labbouneh, a command center in Jebbayn, and buildings in Beit Lif and Baraachit, where members of the terror group were gathered, according to the IDF.

Today, Hezbollah fired projectiles at a number of areas in northern Israel, causing no injuries.

The IDF says it also shelled the source of the fire.

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