Hezbollah on Wednesday acknowledged for the first time that it had been targeted by Israeli air strikes on Monday night.
The Shi'ite organization had denied reports that targets connected to it were hit by IAF jets.
Lebanese Al-Manar television, closely associated with Hezbollah, quoted the group as saying there were no casualties in the alleged Israeli attack.
The group vowed to respond to the Israeli attack "at the time and place of our choosing."
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