Announce Hizb allah Early today, Monday, the Lebanese Army announced that it bombed an Israeli base as part of 6 new cross-border operations, while areas in southern Lebanon were subjected to intense Israeli bombing.
The party said – in a statement – that its fighters bombed the Israeli Khirbet Maar base yesterday evening with two Falaq 1 missiles.
He added that they targeted the monk site with a “Burkan” missile, and the vicinity of the Honen barracks. They also bombed with missiles gatherings of Israeli soldiers in the Tal Shaar site, the vicinity of the Birkat Risha site, and in the Ramim barracks.
For its part, the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation said that 4 anti-tank missiles were fired from southern Lebanon at settlements in the Upper Galilee and Shtoula.
For more than 3 months, Hezbollah has been engaged in daily cross-border clashes in support of Gaza, and Israel responds by bombing Hezbollah sites and civilian targets, and the confrontations resulted in the deaths of dozens on both sides.
Recently, the frequency of mutual threats has escalated, as Israel threatens a large-scale military operation to remove Hezbollah fighters from the border, and in return the party vows to strike a strong blow at the occupation.
Meanwhile, yesterday, Israeli fighters launched 10 raids on several areas in southern Lebanon, targeting the towns of Maroun al-Ras, Zibqin, Hula, Aita al-Shaab, Marwahin, Dhahira, Tair Harfa, and Jabal Balat.
The towns of Markab and Haula were also subjected to Israeli bombardment with incendiary shells.
The surroundings of the towns of Yarin, Al-Jebain, Shihin, and Umm Al-Tut were subjected to Israeli artillery shelling.
The Israeli army spokesman said that yesterday, fighter jets bombed two Hezbollah military sites in the towns of Zabqin and Houla in southern Lebanon.
The Israeli army published pictures that it said were of targeting sites in southern Lebanon with the aim of removing what it described as the threat.
For its part, Hezbollah mourned 3 of its fighters, saying they were “martyred in southern Lebanon.”
Thus, Hezbollah's death toll rises to 174 as a result of the daily exchange of shelling with the Israeli occupation army on the southern Lebanese border since last October 8.