Iran Regime-Backed Hezbollah Says Its Drone Hits Northern Israeli Town, Two Soldiers Killed

 – Hezbollah said on Monday it carried out a drone attack on an Israeli military position near the northern Israeli town of Metula. The Israeli military later confirmed two soldiers were killed in the attack.

Iran-backed Hezbollah also said it had sent dozens of rockets towards military targets across the border with Israel.

A car is damaged near the impact site of a rocket that was fired towards Israel from Lebanon, amid ongoing cross-border hostilities between Hezbollah and Israeli forces, in Kiryat Shmona, northern Israel, May 5, 2024. REUTERS/Gil Eliyahu

Israel and Hezbollah, which has amassed a formidable arsenal since 2006, have been engaged in daily cross-border strikes over the past six months, in parallel with Israel’s war in Gaza.

Hezbollah has so far restricted its attacks to a strip of northern Israel, seeking to draw Israeli forces away from Gaza.

(Reporting by Laila Bassam and Maytaal Angel; Editing by Bernadette Baum and Sonali Paul)

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