The strikes hit Iranian arms storage facilities and arms depots, used to ship the weapons to Hezbollah in Lebanon.
Some media outlets reported that several Hezbollah leaders were hit in the airstrike.
“We did it to mislead the other side in order to preserve the security of the state,” said the former defense minister.
IDF: “We are in complete control of the operation, and we are determined to remove the threat of the tunnels from Israel’s northern border.”
This is the first time that the government has frozen assets and funds from a Hezbollah-linked organization based in the Triple Frontier.
The Jewish federation criticized the fact that “the highest authority of our state” welcomed the sheikh.
“I worry about the prospect of real major state war in the Near East region,” David Cattler said.
Hezbollah believes that Israel is planning to strike its forces or facilities in southern Lebanon.
The statement followed the Israeli plane’s crash in northern Israel after an anti-aircraft missile hit it, prompting its two pilots to eject.
The IDF and the rest of Israel is gearing up for war with Hezbollah in Lebanon because of tensions with Syria, Iran, Gaza and even Donald Trump.