The Lebanese resistance bombs an Israeli base in the occupied Golan (+ photo)

The movement confirmed, according to a statement, that the strike on the aforementioned Israeli military site in the occupied Syrian Golan constitutes a response to the enemy’s aggression against Lebanese cities and civilian homes, the most recent of which was the attack on the town of Bekaa.

Dawn raids launched by Tel Aviv aircraft in the Safari area in the Bekaa destroyed a factory and caused significant damage to residential homes.

Israeli media reported that about 70 missiles were fired at the area south of the Golan Heights, and dozens of explosions were heard after the sirens sounded.

As part of its response to the enemy’s crimes, Hezbollah carried out 10 military operations yesterday, which included launching Katyusha and Falaq rockets towards the border settlements of Margaliot, Kfar Giladi, Kfar Yuval, Shtula, Avivim, and Kiryat Shmona.

Lebanese fighters also bombed artillery bunkers, deployed its soldiers and Israeli vehicles at the Al-Zawra base in the occupied Syrian Golan.

The movement confirmed the firing of missiles at the Al-Samma’a military site, and also attacked spy equipment at the Al-Malikiyah site and the Ramia site in the western sector of the southern border.

These actions come in response to the Israeli aggression against the town of Mays al-Jabal al-Janoubi, which led to the killing of four people and the injury of a number of others.

In this context, the Hebrew newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth commented on the intensification of the escalation in northern Israel on Sunday with missile bombardment towards the Upper Galilee.

He pointed out, by the way, that the number of missiles fired by Hezbollah toward the north approached 100 missiles, and they caused great damage to homes, vehicles, infrastructure, and civilian property.

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