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Espionage devices destroyed, military outposts struck in Hezbollah attacks

Fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement set up their anti-tank guided missile (ATGM) system and camera near the border with southern Lebanon in this picture released by the group’s military bureau on January 18, 2024.

Fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement have separately targeted espionage equipment and gatherings of Israeli soldiers stationed at military outposts close to the border between the Arab country and the 1948 occupied territories.

Lebanon’s Arabic-language al-Manar television channel reported that the fighters carried out an operation on Sunday afternoon against the Israeli al-Malkia military outpost, and fired a salvo of artillery shells at the site. The strike left many casualties among the Israeli troops.

Hezbollah fighters also struck a gathering of Israeli soldiers in the Jal al-Alam military base with artillery rounds.

Additionally, the resistance group hit surveillance devices at the Ramia military site and destroyed them.

The Israeli military Ramtha outpost was targeted with appropriate weapons as well.

Earlier in the day, Hezbollah had fired a barrage of artillery shells at the al-Raheb military base.

 The Israeli regime launched its devastating hostilities in the Gaza Strip on October 7 after the territory’s Hamas-led Palestinian resistance groups carried out a surprise retaliatory attack, dubbed Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, against the occupying entity.

The Israeli military has also been carrying out attacks against the Lebanese territory since then, prompting retaliatory strikes from Hezbollah in support of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.

The movement has vowed to keep up its retaliatory operations as long as the Tel Aviv regime continues its onslaught on Gaza.

The Israeli campaign in Gaza has killed at least 35,456 people, most of them women and children. Another 79,476 individuals have also been wounded.

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