According to the Israel Defense Forces, Israeli forces on Sunday morning attacked three terrorist cells in Lebanon that were attempting to launch anti-tank rockets over the border.
A terrorist squad attempting to fire on the Zar’it area was destroyed by an IDF drone. After a terrorist cell in the Mount Dov region fired an anti-tank guided missile at an IDF tank, Israeli soldiers launched an offensive on the terrorist group. Damage or casualties weren’t reported.
The first terrorist group was killed by an IDF attack as they were getting ready to launch rockets against Moshav Avivim in the Upper Galilee.
The Israeli military also claimed that a drone approaching from Lebanon was shot down and that three anti-tank rockets were fired by terrorists in the direction of the IDF’s Tsiporen outpost. The army retaliated by opening fire toward the shooting’s origin.
According to reports, Hezbollah attacked an Israeli communication tower near the border on Sunday. Video footage appears to show the tower being hit.
The army didn’t initially confirm anything. Since the Oct. 7 massacre of more than 1,400 Israelis by Hamas terrorists from Gaza, Palestinian terrorist factions and Hezbollah have been carrying out cross-border attacks every day.
The IDF made the first incident public shortly after Israel warned Hezbollah that it was “dragging Lebanon into war.” An Israeli reserve soldier was killed by terrorists in Lebanon on Friday during a cross-border anti-tank missile attack. Since October 7 along the Lebanese border, six Israelis, five IDF, and one civilian have perished.
Hezbollah is engaging in extremely risky behavior. They are intensifying the circumstances. In an operational update published on the IDF’s X social media channel on Sunday morning, IDF spokesman Jonathan Conricus stated that “we see more and more attacks every day.”
Is the Lebanese government really prepared to put Lebanon’s remaining prosperity and sovereignty at risk for the benefit of Gaza-based terrorists? For the Gazan ISIS? “Did he ask?
Conricus stated, “That’s a question that the Lebanese authorities need to ask themselves and answer,” admonishing that Lebanon would be held accountable for any attacks launched from its soil against Israel.