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IDF Updates – May 13th

IDF: Following the sirens that sounded in northern Israel regarding a hostile aircraft infiltration, it was determined to be a false alarm.

IDF: Earlier today, two UAVs crossed from Lebanon into Israeli territory and they exploded in the area of Beit Hillel. As a result of the explosion, a fire broke out at the scene and was extinguished shortly afterward. No injuries were reported. The incident is under review.

IDF: Following the sirens that sounded in northern Israel, two anti-tank missiles were identified crossing from Lebanese territory into the area of Yiftah. As a result, three IDF soldiers were lightly injured and one IDF soldier was moderately injured. The soldiers were evacuated to a hospital to receive medical treatment and their families have been notified.

In addition, a short while ago, a UAV that crossed from Lebanon fell in the area of Zar’it. No injuries were reported.

IDF: Sirens sounded in northern Israel.

IDF: Attached is a link to the IDF website, where further updates on soldiers who were injured have been published:

IDF: Earlier today, a number of launches were identified crossing from Lebanon into several areas in northern Israel. No injuries were reported.

A short while ago, IDF fighter jets struck two Hezbollah launchers in the area of Ayta ash Shab in southern Lebanon. As a result of the strike, launches and secondary explosions were identified from the launcher, suggesting the presence of additional weaponry in the ready-to-use launcher.

Attached is a video of the strike on the Hezbollah launchers:

IDF: Following the initial report regarding sirens that sounded in communities near the Gaza Strip a short while ago, it was determined to be a false alarm.

IDF: IAF fighter jets successfully intercepted a UAV that approached Israel from the east. The UAV was monitored by IDF soldiers, did not cross into Israeli territory and no sirens were sounded according to protocol. No injuries were reported and no damage was caused.

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