The Israeli ambulance announced that 4 people were injured, one of them seriously, today, Friday, as a result of the firing of an anti-tank missile from Lebanon at the Al-Manara site in the Upper Galilee, while it was announced that Hizb allah He targeted a group of special forces in the Israeli army on the same site.
The Al Jazeera correspondent said that the Israeli artillery bombardment targeted the vicinity of the towns of Rashaya Al-Fakhar, Ebel Al-Saqi and Maroun Al-Ras in southern Lebanon, after Hezbollah targeted Al-Manara, while the Israeli ambulance did not clarify whether the casualties were among soldiers or civilians.
Hezbollah announced earlier today that it had targeted the Barkat Risha and Al-Asi sites of the Israeli occupation forces, as well as a gathering of Israeli occupation soldiers in the vicinity of Metulla with two attack marches, confirming that casualties had been achieved.
For its part, the Lebanese News Agency reported that the occupation forces targeted a Lebanese army center west of the town of Mays Jabal with an artillery shell.
The agency added that the occupation forces targeted Turkmen Hill in the town of Adissa with bombing phosphoric Incendiary, and shelling was renewed around a number of Lebanese border towns, without causing any casualties.
Since this morning, Hezbollah has bombed 3 gatherings of Israeli soldiers near the Ramim barracks, the Marj site, and the Tahit triangle, achieving direct hits.
On the other hand, Israeli forces carried out air strikes targeting Wadi Hassan in the outskirts of the town of Shihin in the western sector of southern Lebanon, in addition to the surroundings of the towns of Markaba, Rab Thilaine, Hula, and Mays al-Jabal in southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah and Israel have exchanged bombardments daily since the beginning of the operation Al-Aqsa flood Which was carried out by the Palestinian resistance against the occupation on October 7, coinciding with Israel’s launch of an aggression against the Gaza Strip that resulted in the martyrdom of more than 12,000 martyrs, including 5,000,000 children.