Hezbollah missile strikes IDF vehicle near Israeli base on Israel-Lebanon border

Al-Manar, a Hezbollah-affiliated TV channel, has released footage of a missile strike on an Israeli military vehicle near IDF’s Avivim military base on the Israel-Lebanon border. The video shows two Kornet anti-tank missiles fired from different positions and narrowly miss the vehicle which then led to massive artillery fire in retaliation. IDF reported no casualties in the incident. Tension has run high on the border since a drone attack on a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut last week which could be conducted by IDF.

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6 Replies to “Hezbollah missile strikes IDF vehicle near Israeli base on Israel-Lebanon border”

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