Hezbollah fires Katyusha rockets at Israeli settlements (+photos)

At least 14 civilians were injured after the enemy bombed these towns, and in response, Hezbollah fighters fired about 50 Katyushas towards Meron, in the western sector of the southern border, at midnight.

As part of its rejection of the Israeli attacks on Lebanese villages, especially the attacks on Kafr Kila and Kafr Shuba, the resistance, today, Saturday, bombed with drones and guided missiles the headquarters of the Al-Manara settlement and the location of the 51st Battalion of the Golani Brigade of the Tel Aviv Army.

In support of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, the Lebanese movement carried out a missile attack on the Al-Samaqa military site in the occupied territories in the Kafr Shuba hills.

Earlier, Lebanese fighters opened fire on newly established enemy soldier positions west of the Shomera settlement, located three kilometers from the village of Al-Bustan.

In this context, Israeli media reported that one of the central radars of a military base was damaged, and this was preceded by the announcement of the launching of a powerful batch of rockets towards the Mount Meron settlements, including Sivsofa, Hajnu, Kafr Hosh, and Yohai Bar.

In light of the ongoing Israeli hostility, Hezbollah Deputy Secretary-General Naim Qassem revealed that there is a firm determination among the resistance to respond in a proportional way to the Zionist attack, and any expansion in the enemy’s actions will receive a direct and accurate counterstrike.

Qassem stressed, during a speech he delivered at a ceremony honoring workers at the Islamic Religious Education Association in Beirut, that Israeli threats to launch an attack on the homeland increase conviction in confrontation and strengthen Hezbollah’s positions.

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In his response to the threats of Israeli Security Minister Yoav Galant, the resistance leader stressed that the continuation of the aggression against Lebanon will not bring back the settlers from the north, but rather its expansion will complicate their lives even more.


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