War of Flames: Lebanon Battles Oil Plant Fire, Israel Strikes Hezbollah

Hezbollah struggled to contain flames that erupted after Israeli fighter jets struck Hezbollah targets in Lebanon. The strikes occurred in response to drones launched toward Israel’s Lower Galilee area and targeted weapons storage facilities and an oil production plant near the city of Sidon, some 60 kilometers from Israel’s northern border.

According to local media reports, Lebanese firefighting forces faced difficulty gaining control of the fire at the production plants due to the massive quantities of oil. Earlier on Tuesday, IDF fighter jets hit a number of Hezbollah terror targets in Lebanon, including rocket launch posts and other terror infrastructure in various areas.

Additional military structures and terrorist infrastructure in the area of Leyda and Hezbollah military buildings in the Ayta ash Shab area were also targeted by IDF jets. The IDF also attacked in the Kafr Kila area, where a number of terrorists were identified, along with other localities in southern Lebanon.