IAF attacks Hizbullah radio station in s. Beirut

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July 14, 2006 18:51

 
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IDF warplanes renewed attacks on the southern Beirut suburb of Dahiya Friday, targeting a radio station belonging to the Hizbullah terror organization, Hizbullah said. The organization's Al-Manar TV reported that Israeli warplanes fired a missile in the vicinity of the Al-Nour station in the Haret Hreik neighborhood south of Beirut but missed the facility and struck an apartment in a residential building instead. There was no immediate word on casualties, and the station remained on the air. It was the second time Friday that IAF planes targeted residential neighborhoods in south Beirut, a stronghold of the Shi'ite Muslim Hizbullah's leadership. Israeli planes earlier rained missiles on roads in the suburbs, knocking down an overpass and damaging another.

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