Abbas al-Dabs, a regional commander in Hezbollah also known as "Hajj Abdullah," was eliminated in a drone strike on a car he was driving in the center of the town of Nabatieh in southern Lebanon, the Saudi television network Al Arabiya reported Thursday evening.
Sky News Arabia reported that two Hezbollah operatives were killed in the drone strike without identifying them.
Meanwhile, Qatari television station Al Jazeera provided a conflicting report indicating three injuries from the attack.
A Lebanese security source told AFP that a Hezbollah military official “was seriously injured and a person who accompanied him was also injured."
The drone strike in Nabatieh came as Hezbollah and Israel continue to trade blows across the border, with the Shi'ite terrorist group having claimed responsibility for at least seven attacks on Israeli soil since Thursday morning.