The Israel Defense Forces shelled the Lebanon border for the fourth consecutive day on Sunday, aiming to deter an attack by Lebanese terror group Hezbollah.
The group’s leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has repeatedly vowed revenge for the assassination of arch-terrorist Samir Kuntar two weeks ago, which has been attributed to Israel.
Anticipating such a response, the army has been firing artillery rounds at the Lebanon border fence. The army reportedly expected the terror group to take advantage of the stormy weather and the poor visibility to launch a strike.
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