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Hezbollah strikes Israeli military positions near border with rockets, drones

Smoke rises from an Israeli military position hit by Hezbollah fighters near a Lebanese border village. (Photo by AP)

Fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement have conducted a series of operations, targeting several Israeli military positions in the northern part of the 1948 occupied territories with various munitions, including explosive-laden combat drones.

Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen television news channel reported that the report struck a gathering of Israeli troopers close to the al-Dhairah military site on Thursday afternoon with a salvo of rockets. The projectiles hit the designated targets precisely and left casualties among the forces, the report said. 

Later in the day, Hezbollah fighters carried out a drone strike against the Ein Margaliot military base in response to Israeli crimes against civilians in the southern regions of Lebanon.

Hezbollah artillery units also shelled a group of Israeli soldiers as they were entering the al-Malikiyah post.

Moreover, the resistance fighters launched guided missiles, artillery shells and rockets at an Israeli military convoy near Ruwaisat al-Alam outpost on Kfar Shuba Hills. Two armored vehicles were destroyed as a result.

The Israeli military had to create a smoke screen in order to withdraw the casualties.

The Israeli regime has repeatedly attacked southern Lebanon since October 7, when it launched a genocidal war on Gaza that has killed at least 34,305 Palestinians, most of them women and children.

In retaliation, Hezbollah has launched near-daily rocket attacks on Israeli positions.

At least 380 people have been killed on the Lebanese border, including 72 civilians.

Hezbollah has already fought off two Israeli wars against Lebanon in 2000 and 2006. The resistance forced the regime to retreat in both conflicts.

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