Israel bombs a large Hezbollah compound and other Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon

Israel bombs a large Hezbollah compound and other Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon

Madrid, April 13. (European Press) –

The Israeli army announced on Saturday that it had attacked a Hezbollah compound near the town of Rayhan in southern Lebanon, shortly after the Shiite party militia launched a wave of dozens of rockets last night into northern Israel. Israel bombed four other Lebanese Shiite militia sites.

According to the Israeli army on its account on the social media network X, the Rayhan attack damaged several buildings and a security point inside the complex.

The Israeli army later reported that its warplanes attacked four Hezbollah positions simultaneously.

In particular, it bombed “military buildings belonging to the Hezbollah terrorist organization” in Al-Jula and Beit Lev and two of the organization's leadership centers in Al-Adisa and Al-Taybeh.

They also reported an attack to “remove a threat” in the Ramesh area, and reported that the activation of air intrusion alarms was being investigated, although no casualties were reported at this time.

Hezbollah has not yet released its version of the Israeli attacks, which came after the militia fired more than 40 rockets into northern Israel in a bombing seen as retaliation for last week's attack against Iran's consulate in Damascus (Syria).

Iran, a major supporter of Hezbollah, blamed the attack on the Israeli army and promised a harsh response.

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