IDF says jets hit ‘significant’ Hezbollah sites in overnight strikes; rockets fired at north

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

Overnight, Israeli fighter jets hit “significant assets” belonging to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon, in response to rocket attacks yesterday, the military says.

The IDF says the airstrikes were carried out in Ain Qana, Hmaileh, and Aadloun.

Fighter jets also struck Hezbollah observation posts in Tayr Harfa; buildings used by the terror group in Jebbayn and Khiam; a rocket launcher in Majdal Zoun used in yesterday’s attack on northern Israel; and other infrastructure in Rachaya al-Foukhar, the IDF adds.

This morning, two rockets were fired from Lebanon at the northern community of Yiftah. The IDF says both projectiles landed in open areas.

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