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Israel Attacks Various Parts of Lebanon

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(APS Radio News) The IDF, Israel’s armed forces, made statements today that it had launched a number of attacks in Lebanon, in part, in response to Iran’s launching of about 300 drones and missles. online news

Reportedly the IDF was targeting Hezbollah positions.

A number of attacks involved airstrikes of a number of Israel’s fighter jets.

The IDF maintained that it had struck positions near Syria’s border.

As well, it was reported that the IDF hit a number of Hezbollah positions in the area of Jbaa in the southern part of Lebanon.

Some of those positions were those of military structures, the IDF claimed.

Since the October 7 attack, Israeli forces and Hezbollah have exchanged rocket attacks.

But, in response to Iran’s missle and dron attacks yesterday, Hezbollah launched more attacks into northern Israel.

Most of those rocket attacks were intercepted.

According to the Israeli military, the attacks came in response to missiles being fired from Lebanon toward northern Israel overnight in the areas of Kfar Blum and Hanita. No injuries were reported in those strikes.

Earlier today, Hezbollah said it had joined in the Iranian drone and missile attack against Israel and twice launched airstrikes towards the occupied Golan Heights.

Iran’s attack came in retaliation for an airstrike on Iran’s consulate in Damascus, Syria.

During the attack several Iranian military officials were killed.

Iran blamed Israel for those attacks and vowed to retaliate.

Reports indicate that the United States had warned Israel about missle and drone attacks originating from Iran.

Iran has provided Hezbollah weapons and various forms of assistance.

According to reports, Hezbollah is predominantly influential in Lebanon’s politics.

Before this year, the last major battle between Israeli forces and those of Hezbollah occurred in 2006.

Israeli officials say that since the October attacks from Gaza, 100,000 Israelis had to relocate from northern Israel due to rocket attacks originating in southern Lebanon.

Representatives of Hezbollah have said that the group will cease attacks on northern Israel after Israel agrees to a ceasefire in war-torn Gaza.

Agence France Presse reports that at least 365 people in Lebanon have been killed in the hostilities so far, including at least 72 civilians.

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