Israel Accused Syria of Helping Hezbollah Establish Presence In Syrian Golan Heights, Trying to Breach Border in Lebanon; IDF Strike Reportedly Targets Hezbollah Arms Smuggling Vehicle in Syria

The IDF has accused the Syrian army of helping terror group Hezbollah set up a permanent military presence in the Golan Heights. In support of the accusation the IDF released video of a Syrian military officer patrolling the area, including areas known to be occupied by Hezbollah. The DIF said that Syria “be held responsible for all enemy activities emanating from its territory.” Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more…

Israel has also accused Hezbollah of trying to breach Israel’s northern border from Lebanon. Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more…

Meanwhile, the U.S. if offering up to $10 million as a reward for information about Sheikh Mohammad al-Kawtharani, a top Hezbollah commander Washington believes is responsible for coordinating pro-Iran militia groups in Iraq. Reported by i24 News. Read more…

Israel also reportedly carried out an airstrike against a Hezbollah vehicle operating in Syria. The vehicle was alleged to be smuggling weapons into Syria. Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more…

One of the cars passengers was reported to be Mustafa Mughniyeh, the son of former senior Hezbollah military commander and arch-terrorist Imad Mughniyeh, who was killed in a car bombing in 2008. The 2008 attack was believed to be carried out by Israel’s Mossad and the CIA. Reported by The Times of Israel. Read more…