IDF jets strike Hezbollah cell in south Lebanon after projectiles hit northern town

The Times of Israel reports: “Israel Defense Force jets struck a Hezbollah cell in southern Lebanon’s Tayr Harfa on Thursday afternoon, the military said, after multiple projectiles, including anti-tank missiles, were fired at northern Israel’s Metula from Lebanon.

Additionally, three Hezbollah sites in Yaroun, Yarine and Ayta ash-Shab and three buildings in Mays al-Jabal and Houla were targeted, according to an IDF statement.

There were no reports of injuries in the attacks from Lebanon, but damage to a building was reported in Metula.

Rocket warning sirens sounded throughout Thursday afternoon and evening in largely evacuated northern towns and cities including Kiryat Shmona, Ramot Naftali, Shlomi, Tel Hai, Beit Hillel, Kfar Yuval and Avivim, which also hosts a military base.

The IDF said fighter jets also struck a building used by Hezbollah in southern Lebanon’s Kafr Kila on Thursday, after striking another building in Dhayra overnight Wednesday…”

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