Rocket Alarms Sound Across Northern Israel After IDF Kills Hezbollah Commander

Tensions escalated in northern Israel on Wednesday as rocket alarms blared in the Mount Meron area and the city of Kiryat Shmona.According to a report by The Times Of Israel, the alarms sounded following the killing of a top Hezbollah field commander in an IDF drone strike the previous night.READ FULL ARTICLE>>>>

Mount Meron, situated approximately eight kilometers from the Lebanon border, has become a focal point in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hezbollah. The mountain has been targeted multiple times by Hezbollah, with barrages of rockets and guided missiles aimed not only at the mountain itself but also at the Israeli air traffic control base located atop it.

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The recent IDF drone strike that claimed the life of the Hezbollah commander has further fueled hostilities in the region. While details surrounding the strike remain sparse, the incident has undoubtedly heightened tensions between Israel and the Iran-backed militant group.

Hezbollah, a Shiite Islamist political party and militant group based in Lebanon, has long been a thorn in Israel’s side, viewing the Jewish state as its primary adversary in the region. The group has been involved in numerous conflicts with Israel over the years, including the 2006 Lebanon War, during which it launched thousands of rockets into northern Israel.READ FULL ARTICLE>>>>

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