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HEAVY ROCKET BARRAGE AT MERON: Hezbollah Retaliates For Commander’s Assassination

The Hezbollah terror group fired about 60 rockets at the air traffic control base in Meron and the Galil early Wednesday afternoon.

Some of the rockets fell on Har Meron near houses of residents who hadn’t evacuated the area and others were intercepted by the Iron Dome. B’Chasdei Hashem, there are no reports of injuries.

At the same time, Hezbollah fired anti-tank missiles at Kiryat Shmona. Hezbollah claimed that it also fired Burkan short-range ballistic missiles at the IDF Biranit base in the western Galil and caused damage to infrastructure.

The IDF later confirmed that at least one Burkan rocket was fired at the Biranit base, causing light damage.

Lebanese media reports say that the barrage is in retaliation for the elimination of a senior Hezbollah commander who was killed in an IDF drone attack overnight Tuesday.

IDF forces are attacking Hezbollah terror targets in return.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

One Response

  1. Mount Meron and Meron are not the same. These rockets were fired at Mount Meron – where there is an army base, Hezbollah has been actively trying to aim there. this isn’t the same thing as Meron village or Kever Rashbi.
    Yes the are in the same vicinity, but its not the same thing. On one of the videos you can actually see the edge of village of Meron on the bottom left corner. Meron was not targeted.

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