South of Beirut was struck by Israeli Warplanes, after militants fired four rockets into northern Israel. Per the Israeli military the aircraft targeted “a terror site located between Beirut and Sidon in response” to the rocket attack. Since the 2006 Israel and Lebanon’s militant Hezbollah group war, it was the first air raid on the area.
Ramez Mustafa, a Lebanon-based official with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command, said the raid occurred at 4 a.m. and caused no casualties or material damage. He said the Israeli air force fired one missile at the area.
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