The US military strike that Central Command said killed a Kataib Hezbollah commander in Iraq on Wednesday does not mark the end of a series of retaliatory actions that President Joe Biden authorized early last week, a senior administration official told CNN.

According to the official, there's more to come in response to the deaths of three US soldiers in Jordan.

A White House official said the execution of the strike itself and its timing were carefully considered to avoid any loss of innocent life – and that the US military moved to go after this commander as soon as the opportunity presented itself. Central Command said there were no indications of civilian casualty collateral damage.

This official also reiterated what Biden said since the US retaliatory strikes began last week, “We will not hesitate to defend our people and hold responsible any and all who seek to harm Americans.”... Read More: Arutz-7