“We continue intensive strikes to hit Hezbollah’s deployment close to the northern border,” military spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari said in a televised statement. “It no longer looks as it did on October sixth, nor will it.”
But the violence has largely been contained to areas at the border, shaped by what observers have called unwritten rules of engagement between adversaries that have long threatened each other with catastrophic damage in the event of war.
Hagari said the targets of the recent air, tank and artillery strikes included launch pads, military compounds and militant squads.
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