A senior Hezbollah commander was targeted by an alleged Israeli attack in southern Lebanon, according to Reuters. The man was later identified by Sky New Arabic as Wissam Al Tawil.

The senior commander had been reportedly been in charge of the Radwan Brigade in the area, as well as having been responsible for a weekend strike on an Israeli military base. A Lebanese security official told AFP that the eliminated target had "a leading role in directing the operations in southern Lebanon."

On Sunday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) had confirmed that there had been a Hezbollah rocket attack which damaged radar infrastructure at the Meron Air Force base in the north of the country.

Reports first surfaced  Monday of an Israeli drone strike on a car in the border town of Hirbat Salem, in southern Lebanon, during which two people were killed. Hezbollah finally confirmed that the senior commander was targeted in the attack.... Read More: i24