stated Hizb allah The Lebanese government said in a statement today, Saturday, that it fired 62 missiles at the Israeli Meron air control base as part of what it described as the initial response to the assassination of the leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) Saleh Al-Arouri In the southern suburb of Beirut, in what is considered the largest missile salvo since the start of the border exchange of fire on October 8.
The party confirmed that it caused direct casualties by targeting the Israeli military base, explaining that the Meron base is the only management, monitoring and air control center in northern Israel and there is no major alternative to it.
For his part, Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that 32 missiles were fired from southern Lebanon towards Israeli positions in the Upper Galilee, and added that 6 Kornet guided missiles were launched towards Israeli positions off the southern border of Lebanon.
He added that a missile was fired from southern Lebanon towards an Israeli military site in the Metulla settlement.
The correspondent also said that rockets and shells fired from Lebanon landed in Jabal al-Jarmaq in the Upper Galilee, northern Israel, confirming that the occupation forces launched artillery shelling on the vicinity of several towns. South Lebanon.
Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that sirens sounded in several areas in the Upper Galilee for fear of a drone infiltrating from southern Lebanon.
On the other hand, the Israeli army spokesman confirmed on Saturday that they had monitored the launching of about 40 rocket shells from southern Lebanon towards the Mount Meron area in Israel, while an Al Jazeera correspondent reported that there had been Israeli artillery shelling on areas in southern Lebanon amid an intense flight of warplanes.
The Israeli army spokesman added that they targeted a cell in southern Lebanon that carried out the launching of rockets towards northern Israel, while the Israeli army closed all streets and intersections along the border with Lebanon.
Israeli Channel 12 reported that sirens sounded in 94 towns and cities on the border with Lebanon, including Safed and Karmiel in the Upper Galilee, and reported that 4 missiles launched from Lebanon fell in open areas near the Kiryat Shmona settlement.
He was the Secretary General of Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah Yesterday, Friday, he reaffirmed that a response to Al-Arouri’s assassination is “inevitably coming,” and that the party’s fighters on the border will be the ones who will respond.
Last night, Israeli aircraft bombed an uninhabited house in the town of Aita al-Shaab in southern Lebanon, destroying it and causing damage to a number of cars and the water and electricity networks, according to the Lebanese News Agency.
The agency added that Israeli forces launched raids after midnight on the outskirts of the towns of Naqoura and Jabal al-Labouneh, amid the flight of occupation reconnaissance planes over most of the Lebanese governorates.
Warning of war
Yesterday, Friday, Israeli government officials warned of the possibility of a “limited war breaking out” between Israel and Hezbollah if an agreement was not reached to remove the party’s forces from the Lebanese border, according to what was reported by the official broadcasting authority.
They added that Israel is on the verge of exhausting attempts to reach an agreement, because Hezbollah does not express to the mediators its desire to reach such an agreement, as they put it.
They pointed out that if this war broke out with Hezbollah, this could lead to a comprehensive escalation in the entire region.
The Israeli government was preparing on the northern front for a response by the Lebanese Hezbollah to the assassination of Al-Arouri, which occurred last Tuesday. However, the Israeli newspaper Maariv said that Israeli estimates at the time indicated that fighting on the northern front would not increase after the assassination in the southern suburb of Beirut.