Israeli and Hezbollah Exchange Fire in North, Four Wounded

The IDF attacked Hezbollah targets in Lebanon after the terrorist group fired anti-tank missiles toward the northern Israeli kibbutzim of Shumra, Shatula, and Menara bordering Lebanon on Friday. Four were wounded from the anti-tank missile that was fired in Menara, Army Radio reported, with one in serious condition and three in light condition. The Upper Galilee Regional Council reported that two of the injured are members of the kibbutz’s defense unit. The injured received initial treatment in the field and were taken to the hospital for further treatment. Earlier in the day, the IDF acted in the area of Metula where they identified a drone that crossed from Lebanese territory to Israel. Israeli forces were on the lookout for a vehicle suspected of carrying explosives and shot it down. IDF fighter jets also struck several Hezbollah terror targets earlier on Friday morning in Lebanon, including terrorist infrastructure, a weapons storage facility, and a military structure. The Israeli military also struck a terrorist cell in the area adjacent to Arab al-Aramshe. This is a developing story.