Israel deploys Iron Dome defences on northern border – Center East Monitor


Israel has deployed Iron Dome air defence batteries alongside its northern border with Lebanon, native media revealed on Monday. The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) apparently worry Hezbollah revenge assaults following an Israeli strike in Syria that killed a senior fighter with the Lebanese motion.

On Monday, the Lebanese territory referred to as Shebaa Farms, occupied and referred to as Mount Dov by Israel, witnessed a rise in navy exercise. In keeping with the Instances of Israel, the IDF claimed to have thwarted a Hezbollah assault within the space, opening hearth on various fighters from the “terror group”. No Israelis have been injured in the course of the incident.

The IDF denied Lebanese media stories that an anti-tank missile was fired at an Israeli tank within the space. A spokesperson for the military, Hidai Zilberman, mentioned that some members of the Hezbollah cell fled again to Lebanon, however added, “We don’t know their situation for positive at this level.”

On Sunday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned that Israel would by no means enable Iran to reposition on its northern border. He blamed Syria and Lebanon for any assault launched from this space in opposition to Israel.

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