Officer Wounded, 2 Troops Hurt in Hezbollah Attack

Stand for Israel  |  February 8, 2024

Hezbollah, northern border, IDF, attack
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There are still tensions on Israel’s northern border. The terrorist group Hezbollah fired a missile at an IDF base in the north, and it seriously wounded an officer and lightly wounded two soldiers in the attack, reports The Times of Israel:

A non-commissioned officer was seriously wounded and two more soldiers were lightly hurt by a Hezbollah anti-tank missile attack in the Kiryat Shmona area in the north of the country, the IDF announced Thursday.

The soldiers were injured when the missile hit the nearby Biranit military base.

Other projectiles were also fired at Kiryat Shmona, Mount Hermon and the border town of Metula, where Hebrew media reported that an anti-tank missile hit a house.