IDF strikes Hezbollah sites and anti-tank missile squad after attacks from Lebanon

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

The IDF says fighter jets carried out strikes against Hezbollah sites in the Hamoul area of southern Lebanon in response to attacks on the border today.

It says the targets included rocket launching positions, a military site and other infrastructure used by the terror group.

The IDF says it also struck an anti-tank missile squad in the southern Lebanon village of Aitaroun, and a launcher used to fire missiles at Israel from the village of Yaroun earlier today.

Several rockets were fired at northern Israel in the last hour, three of which crossed the border. The IDF says it is striking the launch sites.

Earlier drone infiltration alarms that sounded in the north were false alarms, the IDF adds.

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