News of mutual attacks between Hezbollah and the Israeli army

Lebanese Hezbollah announced that it had hit 3 Israeli targets on Lebanon’s southern border and the occupied Sheba farms, while the Israeli occupation army announced that it had bombed 3 Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon.

Hezbollah said it targeted technical equipment at the Ramim camp and bombed an Israeli vehicle carrying reconnaissance equipment with guided missiles.

The party also targeted Israeli soldiers stationed near the Jabdin base with heavy missiles, which directly confirmed the targeting of spy equipment at the al-Malikiya base.

Al Jazeera’s correspondent reported that two missiles were fired at a radar site in the occupied Sheba farms, while Israeli fighters carried out four strikes near the town of Rashaya al-Faqar and one near the town of Kafar Shuba. Israeli artillery also fired bombs near the town of Sheba in southern Lebanon.

The Israel Broadcasting Corporation released a video clip of a drone explosion fired by Hezbollah near a beach between Ras Naqora and Nahariya (northern Israel), and the newspaper “Yediod Ahronoth” reported that the Israeli military failed to intercept the drone. , and its place of fall is verified.

For its part, the Israeli occupation army said – yesterday evening, Sunday – that its warplanes bombed Hezbollah targets in 3 locations in southern Lebanon.

He explained that air force aircraft bombed two Hezbollah missile launch sites in the villages of Halda and al-Hamam, as well as the organization’s infrastructure in the al-Quraiba area.

Since last October 8, Hezbollah and Lebanese and Palestinian factions have exchanged daily bombardments with the Israeli army, resulting in deaths and injuries between the two sides, most of them in Lebanon.

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Hezbollah and other factions say they are carrying out attacks against the Israeli army in solidarity with the Gaza Strip, which has been exposed to a devastating US-backed war since October 7.

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