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Israel launched airstrikes on Hezbollah positions in southern Lebanon. Video

Maryna PohorilkoWorld
Israeli aircraft strikes Hezbollah positions

Israeli fighter jets strike a number of targets belonging to the Hezbollah terrorist group in southern Lebanon. IDF bombs flew in response to rockets launched at Israel.

However, none of them landed on the territory of the state. This was reported on social network X (ex Twitter) by IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari (to watch the video, scroll to the end of the news).

He added that an anti-tank guided missile was launched separately from Lebanon at the Metula area. No one was injured in the attack.

Israel launched airstrikes on Hezbollah positions in southern Lebanon. Video
Israel launched airstrikes on Hezbollah positions in southern Lebanon. Video

As a reminder, the leader of the Hezbollah terrorist organization, Hassan Nasrallah, praised Hamas militants for attacking Israel and threatened to escalate hostilities. According to him, Hezbollah will expand its operations against Israel every day.

The terrorist leader added that operations against Israel will expand every day. Nasrallah made it clear that Hezbollah's intention was to constrain Israeli troops on the border with Lebanon in order to prevent the IDF from engaging all forces in operations in the Gaza Strip.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on October 29, the US Marine Corps Rapid Reaction Force began moving toward the eastern Mediterranean. The decision was made amid fears that the war in Gaza is escalating into a broader regional conflict.

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