Israel's army chief Herzey Halevi announced on Wednesday that his country's war with Hezbollah in Lebanon had become “increasingly possible”, hours after Hamas militants fired a barrage of rockets at a town in northern Israel.
Also move site”The Times of IsraelHalevi said the Israeli military has a very clear goal in Lebanon of “returning the Israeli people to their towns and cities in the north of the country” after they were displaced by mutual bombing with Hezbollah. .
He continued, “It is not known when war will break out in the North…but I can say that the possibility of it happening in the coming months is much higher than in the past.
A woman and her son were killed in northern Israel by an anti-tank missile
An elderly woman and her forty-year-old son were killed in Israel as a result of an anti-tank missile attack claimed by Hezbollah on a town in the northern Hebrew state, Israeli newspapers reported on Sunday.
He noted that Israel would “implement the lessons learned from the fighting in the Gaza Strip” if Israel were to carry out a campaign to remove Hezbollah fighters and other militants from the Lebanese border who threaten its country's security.
Wednesday saw a barrage of rockets fired across the border, including about 20 at the coastal border village of Rosh Naqora, ending a rare period of about 24 hours without rockets being fired at Israel from Gaza and Lebanon.
No damage was caused as the missiles were fired as the projectiles were intercepted and some of them landed in open areas.
The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades (the military wing of the Hamas movement) in Lebanon claimed responsibility for the attack, noting that one of its members was killed as a result of Israeli bombing.
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The Middle East region is witnessing “unprecedented expansion” on many fronts in the wake of the war between Israel and the Hamas movement, “classified as a terrorist organization in the US and other countries”. Al Hurra” website discusses the ramifications of that escalation and the extent to which it is likely to turn into a “war”.
As a result of the ongoing fighting, an estimated 80,000 Israelis have been displaced from the north, some by government order and others out of their own fear, not knowing when they will be able to return home.
Published in 2006 by the UN Israel's political and military leaders have repeatedly said that Hezbollah must withdraw its fighters from the border area north of the Litani River, in accordance with Resolution 1701, and that this must be achieved through diplomacy or military force.
Fighting broke out on October 7 between Hamas, classified as a terrorist organization, and the Israeli army after militants of the Palestinian movement carried out unprecedented attacks that killed 1,200 people, most of them civilians and including women and children. Israeli authorities.
On the other hand, Israel retaliated with intense bombing and ground operations inside the Palestinian territory, killing about 24,000 people, most of them civilians, including women and children, according to Gaza's health ministry.