War in Israel: Army announces new strikes against Hezbollah in Lebanon

Among the "infrastructure" hit by Israeli aircraft were "weapons, positions and facilities" of the movement, the IDF said in a statement.

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The Israeli military announced today that it launched airstrikes in Lebanon against positions of the Shiite movement Hezbollah, an ally of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas.

"Fighter jets hit Hezbollah terrorist organization infrastructure in Lebanon," X (formerly Twitter) reported.

Among the "infrastructure" hit by Israeli aircraft were "weapons, positions and facilities" of the movement, he added.

The continued escalation of tension on the Israel-Lebanon border is heightening concerns that the Israel/Hamas war could spread to the Middle East.

Hezbollah announced yesterday Monday the death of another of its fighters, raising to 47 the number of its members who have been killed since October 7.

Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati said during an interview with AFP yesterday that he is doing everything he can to avoid his country's involvement in the conflict, but stressed that he cannot rule out its spread "throughout the region". .

Source: Protothema.gr