The same correspondent indicated that party fighters attacked the “Al-Jardah”, “Hadab Al-Bustan” and “Jal Al-Alam” sites with a variety of weapons. Israeli warplanes carried out a raid in the vicinity of the town of Labouneh.
Israeli artillery also bombed the vicinity of Lebanese towns on the Israeli border, causing fires to break out in the forests surrounding these towns.
The Israeli military spokesman said that army forces destroyed a Hezbollah observation point on Lebanese territory.
The military spokesman added that the Israeli army bombed two armed cells that attempted to launch anti-tank missiles from Lebanon, explaining that they did not cause any casualties.
Bombardment and tension
The day after the launch of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) and practical Palestinian resistance factions Al-Aqsa flood On October 7, Hezbollah began bombing Israeli positions from southern Lebanon, before Palestinian factions, including Hamas, participated in launching missiles and infiltrating operations from Lebanon towards Israel.
Israel responds with bombing along the border strip, targeting – according to the Israeli army – Hezbollah sites and infrastructure.
Yesterday, Friday, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah was accused Hassan Nasrallah In his first speech since the beginning of the war, he described the United States as “fully responsible” for it.
He announced that his party had already entered the war the day after Hamas’ attack on Israel, describing what was happening at the southern border as “very important and will not be limited to it.”
He added, “There is concern about the possibility that this front might lead to additional escalation or a complete war, or that this front might spiral into a wide war. This is a realistic possibility and it could happen, and the enemy must take every account of it.”
This comes as escalating tensions on the Israeli-Lebanese border raised fears of a regional extension of the war between Israel and Hamas.