Hizbullah Opens Fire on Israeli Plane
Hizbullah anti-aircraft gunners in southern Lebanon opened fire Tuesday on Israeli targets near the international border, according to Israeli media reports. The anti-aircraft shells were fired near Kibbutz Manara and Margalit and the northern town of Kiryat Shmona.
There were no Israeli casualties and no damage was caused by the Hizbullah shells, Israel Radio reported.
Hizbullah fighters were targeting Israeli aircraft patrolling the UN-designated "Blue Line" boundary between Israel and Lebanon. (Albawaba.com)