Israeli military says it killed a ‘significant’ Hezbollah commander in airstrike


Jerusalem, Beirut: The israeli army said it killed one Hezbollah commander in one air strikes He was identified on a vehicle in Lebanon on Sunday Ismail Al-Zinna commander in anti tank missile Hezbollah unit Radwan Forces,
The Israeli military said, “Al-Zinn was an important source of knowledge regarding anti-tank missiles and was responsible for dozens of anti-tank missile attacks against Israeli civilians, communities and security forces.”
A source close to Hezbollah said that al-Zinn was not a senior figure, but confirmed that he was in its elite Radwan unit.
Israel has now killed about 25 members of the unit, including at least three commanders, such as Wisma Tawil, a senior Hezbollah official who played a leading role in directing its operations in southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah began launching rockets at Israel from hills and villages in southern Lebanon on October 8 in support of its Palestinian ally Hamas, which launched a cross-border attack into Israel the previous day, prompting Israel to launch a fierce attack on land, air and sea. Did. Gaza Strip.
Israel's shelling of Lebanon has killed about 270 Hezbollah fighters, but about 50 civilians, including children, doctors and journalists, have also died and both UNIFIL and the Lebanese army have been affected.
The US and other countries have sought to ensure a diplomatic resolution to the firing between Hezbollah and Israel. Hezbollah said it would not stop shelling in Gaza until a ceasefire comes into force.

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