Israeli Air Force fighter jets attacked Hezbollah targets in Lebanon during the night and into Monday morning, the IDF said.
Buildings and infrastructure of the Iranian terror proxy were hit in the aerial raids.
Also on Monday morning, the IDF began closing communities and roads along the Lebanese border in northern Israel following a military assessment. These closures impact the Upper Galilee, Mevo’ot HaHermon and Mateh Asher regional councils.
There was a series of incidents at the northern border on Monday afternoon, including an anti-tank missile fired at Kibbutz Misgav Am from Lebanese territory. There were no reports of injuries and the IDF responded by firing at the source of the launch.
Furthermore, two anti-tank missiles were fired at Moshav Beit Hillel, also in the Galilee, with no reports of casualties.
The strikes on “military” buildings and rocket launching positions, among other targets, came in retaliation for rocket fire on the Israeli town of Shlomi and the Keren Naftali lookout/archaeological site, which also drew immediate artillery fire at the sources of those attacks.