Israel’s military says it is striking Hezbollah targets in Lebanon


Jerusalem (Reuters) – Israel’s military said on Monday it was striking targets belonging to the Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah in Lebanon in response to a large barrage of rockets fired at northern Israeli cities.

Chief military spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari told reporters that fighter jets were attacking a broad range of targets and the military will continue to have a “significant response” every time Israel is fired upon.

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