Israeli Defense Forces strike Hezbollah base in southern Lebanon

According to the IDF, military sites belonging to Hezbollah in southern Lebanon were targeted in a recent attack. Fighter jets carried out strikes on military sites in the Jibbain region.

Additional strikes took place at a military site in the Taybeh region of Lebanon during the night.

Following the sounding of sirens regarding a hostile aircraft infiltration in the northern Golan area, two aerial targets were identified crossing from Lebanon into Israeli territory, eventually falling in the northern Golan Heights.

Alarm bells for hostile aircraft intrusion were heard in the North on Monday morning.

Hezbollah Claims Responsibility for Attack

The pro-Iranian Hezbollah group in Lebanon announced that it conducted a multi-drone attack on an Israeli air defense outpost in the Golan Heights across the border.

A Hezbollah fighter stands in front of anti-tank artillery at Juroud Arsal (credit: REUTERS/ALI HASHISHO)

Hezbollah stated that the attack, involving four drones, successfully hit its intended target with precision, marking another show of support for Palestinian militant groups in Gaza.

Tensions between Israel and Hezbollah have escalated following the attacks by Hamas on October 7th.

Israel gained control of the Golan Heights from Syria in 1967.