BREAKING: IDF Eliminates Senior Hezbollah Official; Highest Ranking Officer Neutralized Since Oct. 7

AP Photo/Bilal Hussein

Reports are emerging that the IDF hit a significant Hezbollah target in Lebanon on Tuesday afternoon. 

According to the reports, an Israeli strike in Jouya, in southern Lebanon, killed at least four Hezbollah officials. At least one of the members was a high-ranking field officer.


A Hezbollah commander killed in an Israeli strike late on Tuesday on the southern Lebanon town of Joya was the most senior member of the group to be killed in eight months of hostilities with Israel, a security source told Reuters.

Hezbollah identified the killed commander by his rank in a statement, naming him as Taleb Abdallah.

While the IDF has not released a statement, anonymous sources say this was a big hit.

The sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the commander's role in Hezbollah was as significant as that of Wissam Tawil, a senior Hezbollah commander killed in an Israeli strike in January.

An unconfirmed report on X says that the IDF received intel about a secret meeting and decided to crash the party. 

This comes only days after the heroic rescue of four hostages, which is now being called Operation Arnon. In the aftermath, protests have erupted around the U.S. and international criticism has mounted. Did we actually think that Israel would be celebrated for one of the most daring, masterful rescue operations in history? They could cure cancer, and somehow, it would be turned against them. 


Chaos erupted in New York as protestors called for a "Day of Rage" in vengeance for the attack. Others actually organized a funeral procession for the fallen "martyrs" (or, as some like to call them, monsters). Protestors also congregated in front of the Nova Festival exhibit honoring those who were murdered. 

And what does the IDF do? It keeps on keeping on, unfazed. They are here to show the enemies that they will not back down. 

The hostilities with the Iran-backed proxy have caused many Israelis to be displaced from their homes. Israel has been sending a clear message that they mean business. It is reported that 300 Hezbollah members have been taken out by Israeli forces since Oct. 7. 

Also on Tuesday, the IDF struck a "significant" compound in response to a downed drone. 

“Three Hezbollah members were killed by nine Israeli missile strikes that targeted a convoy of tankers and a building” in a village in Hermel District on the border with Syria, the Hezbollah source told AFP, adding that three people were also wounded.

This strike is one of the deepest locations within Lebanon that Israel has hit. 


The hostilities between Israel and the terrorist group on their northern front have seemed to be getting closer and closer to all-out war. The only chance that there may be to prevent this would be strong and swift military action now. Regardless, what Israel has shown in the last eight months is that they are here to stay and ready to fight. 

“Whoever thinks that they can harm us and we will sit idly by is making a big mistake,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday. 

“We are prepared for a very strong action in the north.”



Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Trending on RedState Videos