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Hezbollah Fires Scores of Rockets at Israel to Revenge Killing of Senior Field Commander

Hezbollah shot the most rockets at Israel in a single day since cross-border hostilities began eight months ago, in revenge for an Israeli assault on Wednesday that killed a senior Hezbollah field commander Taleb Abdallah and two other group members, reported Reuters.

The three were killed in an Israeli hit in the south Lebanon village of Jouaiyya late Tuesday.

He was the most senior Hezbollah leader slain throughout the eight-month conflict.

Hezbollah and Israel have been exchanging fire since the start of the Gaza conflict in October, with hostilities rapidly rising, raising fears of a larger clash between the heavily armed enemies.

Hezbollah said it carried out at least 17 operations against Israel on Wednesday, eight of which were in response to what it described as Israel’s “assassination” in Jouaiyya.

In one instance, Hezbollah fighters launched guided missiles toward an Israeli military complex.

In another strike, they targeted Israeli military headquarters in Ein Zeitim and Ami’ad, as well as a military air surveillance post in Meron.

The organization fired over 250 rockets at Israel on Wednesday, the largest in a single day in this fight thus far. More than 100 rockets were launched simultaneously.

Speaking at Abdallah’s funeral procession in Beirut’s Hezbollah-controlled southern suburbs, top Hezbollah leader Hashem Safieddine stated that they would raise the intensity, power, and quantity of operations against Israel in vengeance for his death.

Israeli jets attacked a number of launch locations in southern Lebanon on Wednesday after rockets were fired at northern Israel, according to the military.

The Israeli military previously stated that Hezbollah had launched approximately 50 rockets from southern Lebanon into the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

In a second announcement, Israel stated roughly 90 missiles were recognized crossing from Lebanon, some of which were intercepted, while others dropped in different sites in northern Israel, setting fires in a number of regions.