IDF strikes Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon

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

The IDF says it struck several more Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon, including a building where operatives were gathered.

An army drone spotted a group of operatives entering a building known by the military to be used by Hezbollah in the town of Blida earlier today. A short while later, a fighter jet struck the building, the IDF says.

Fighter jets struck several more buildings used by Hezbollah in Rab el-Thalathine, Ayta ash-Shab and Blida, the IDF says.

The IDF says it also shelled several locations in south Lebanon with artillery to “remove threats.”

Rockets were fired from Lebanon today at Arab al-Aramshe, Hanita and the Mount Dov area. The IDF says it shelled the launch sites with artillery.

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