Announce Hezbollah On Sunday, he attacked 10 Israeli military sites and confirmed support for the Palestinian resistance movement, while Israeli occupying forces launched heavy phosphorus bombings on the town of Kafkira and struck many areas in southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah said in a statement that it bombed multiple locations along Israel’s border with Lebanon, including Al-Dahira, Al-Jardah, Jal Al-Alam, Al-Marj, Ramia, Hanita, Khallet Wardeh and Al-Matula.
The party explained that it attacked the Jal al-Alam site for the second time on Sunday.
The party also announced in a separate statement that it targeted Israeli individuals and vehicles gathered near the Metulla site with appropriate weapons, “causing direct casualties.”
The party also confirmed that it targeted and injured Israeli occupation soldiers gathered near the Al-Marj, Ramim and Honen barracks.
Earlier on Sunday, Israel’s Army Radio said an alert was sounded in the Western Galilee region on the northern border with Lebanon.
The occupying forces said on Twitter
Hezbollah explained that its actions were “in support of our determined Palestinian people.” Gaza Stripand supported his brave and honorable resistance. “
Israel’s aggression in Gaza resulted in the deaths of 13,000 Palestinian civilians, the majority of whom were women and children.
The party’s deputy secretary-general, Naeem Qasim, confirmed that they will remain on high alert and are ready to occupy, confuse, and inflict losses on the enemy and prevent the enemy from using all its power elsewhere.
As for Hashim Safi Al-Din, chairman of the party’s executive committee, he emphasized at the memorial ceremony that “as long as there is a war in Israel, the glorious resistance movement in our region will continue to exert pressure on Israel in any way possible.” Threats to Gaza and its people. “
He added, “This is not going to stop and there is no room today to talk about stopping the front without a front.”
The army confirmed to Israel that its troops attacked the source of the fire in Lebanon.
“We bombed Hezbollah targets in Lebanon, including military installations, control points and infrastructure,” the occupying forces said.
The southern Lebanese town of Kafkira was bombed by Israeli phosphorus bombs on Sunday in the most violent attack since October 8 last year.
Lebanon’s official news agency reported that the residential area of Kafr Kila had been hit by heavy Israeli bombardment and phosphorus bombs.
The agency spoke of Israeli bombings of several border towns around the towns of Dahila and Al-Mashab, as well as the outskirts of the towns of Naqurah, Jabal Rabneh and Mes-Jabal.
Lebanese mobile communications company Alpha announced on Sunday that one of its base stations in the south was partially destroyed by Israeli bombing, causing service interruptions in several towns in the region.
Since October 8 last year, coinciding with Israel’s invasion of Gaza, Lebanon’s southern border has been occupied by occupation forces on the one hand, and Lebanese Hezbollah and Palestinian factions on the other hand, bombing each other, causing casualties on both sides. .