Tuesday 20 February 2024

WATCH: IDF Obliterates Hezbollah Weapon Depots Deep Inside Lebanon

 The Israel Defense Forces destroyed what it said were two large weapon depots belonging to the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorist organization inside Lebanon.

The strikes reportedly occurred near the coastal city of Sidon, which is roughly thirty miles north of the Israel-Lebanon border.

“IDF fighter jets struck two Hezbollah weapons storage facilities adjacent to the city of Sidon in Lebanon,” the IDF said in a statement. “The strike was carried out in response to the launch of a UAV toward the Lower Galilee in northern Israel.”

“An examination of the incident suggests that the UAV was most likely launched from Lebanon by the Hezbollah terrorist organization earlier today,” the statement continued. “The incident is under review. Furthermore, over the last few hours, IDF fighter jets struck Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in the areas of Meiss El Jabal and al-Adisa in Lebanon.”


Hezbollah is considered to be the most powerful and well armed terrorist group in the world thanks to receiving roughly $1 billion a year from Iran.

The group has 20,000 to 25,000 full-time fighters with tens of thousands more in reserves, according to the IDF.

Hezbollah’s arsenal consists of 17 air-to-surface missile systems, 100 anti-ship missiles (range: 200 km),  hundreds of UAVs (range: 400km), hundreds of precision guided missiles (range: 70-250 km), 400 long-range rockets and Missiles (range: 180-700 km), 4,800 middle-range rockets (range: 40-180 km), 65,000 short range rockets (range: 20-40 km), and 140,000 mortars.

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