IDF strikes in Lebanon (archive)
IDF strikes in Lebanon (archive)IDF Spokesperson's Unit

IDF fighter jets struck a military complex and three additional terrorist infrastructure sites belonging to Hezbollah’s Aerial Defense Array in the area of Baalbek in Lebanon overnight Saturday, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit confirmed.

The strikes were in response to the attack in which an IDF UAV was shot down on Saturday night.

On Saturday, IDF fighter jets struck Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure and a military compound in the areas of Ayta Ash Shab and Odaisseh. In addition, IDF artillery struck throughout the day in the area of Yater.

Earlier, media in Lebanon reported that Israel carried out strikes in the eastern part of the country.

Two Lebanese security sources told Reuters that one attack targeted a training camp belonging to Hezbollah in the Janta village, near the border with Syria.

One of the strikes was aimed at the town of Safri, near the eastern city of Baalbek, the sources added.

On Friday night, five launches were identified crossing from Lebanon into the area of Shtula in northern Israel.

Additionally, on Saturday, numerous launches were identified crossing from Lebanon into numerous areas in northern Israel.

No injuries were reported. IDF soldiers struck the source of the launches.

Throughout Saturday, IDF fighter jets struck a number of Hezbollah terror infrastructures in the areas of Ayta ash Shab, Arnoun, and Tayr Harfa in southern Lebanon. Additionally, IDF artillery fired in order to remove threats in the areas of Aalma El Chaeb and Souaneh in southern Lebanon overnight.

Also on Friday evening, the IDF struck a military compound of the Amal Movement, where a number of its terrorists operated in the area of Marjaayoun in southern Lebanon.

“Throughout the war, the Amal Movement operated against the State of Israel and planned to carry out an additional attack on Israeli territory in recent days,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said in a statement.