Hezbollah launches combined attack on Israeli military base

Hezbollah launches combined attack on Israeli military base

Shafaq News / Hezbollah stated on Wednesday that it attacked an assault on an Israeli military installation involving missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs.) 

Following three days of intensified, precise targeting, Hezbollah stated that "the attack was "in response to the enemy assassinating a number of resistance fighters in Ain Baal and Al-Shehabiya." 

On Tuesday, Israel reported that its strikes in southern Lebanon resulted in the deaths of two local Hezbollah commanders and another operative. In response, the Iran-backed group stated that three of its members were killed as it launched rockets in retaliation.

"The attack specifically targeted the newly established military reconnaissance command headquarters situated in Arab al-Aramsha, commonly referred to as the 'Popular Center,' resulting in direct hits and casualties among its personnel." Hezbollah's statement said.

For its part, the Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation confirmed that "the number of injuries sustained in the drone strike in the Galilee region has climbed to 18, with several individuals reported to be in critical condition."

Israel's actual nightmare, Hezbollah, is one of the most powerful paramilitary forces in the Middle East that has been deeply involved in intense, near-daily cross-border fighting with Israel since October 7, marking the most significant escalation since the 2006 war.

So far, approximately 295 Hezbollah members have been killed in Israeli attacks in southern Lebanon.

Hezbollah mourns all its members killed by Israel under the slogan: "on the path to Jerusalem" since October 2023, in solidarity with the Palestinians in Gaza who have been subjected to Israeli aggression for six months.

Conversely, the group has targeted Israel with heavy missiles, resulting in the deaths and wounding of soldiers and the destruction of hundreds of military telecommunication towers, as well as dropping drones.

Israel remains highly secretive about its losses with Hezbollah, but all settlements in the northern region are devoid of residents, who have either fled elsewhere or sought refuge in shelters. There is also an internal Israeli conflict over the escalating tensions with Hezbollah, given the group's possession of an arsenal of up to 100,000 missiles, including those capable of reaching Tel Aviv, as stated by Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.

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