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Hezbollah releases surveillance video of Israeli military sites in Golan Heights

File photo of an Israeli tank in Syria’s Tel Aviv-occupied Golan Heights

The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has published video footage its surveillance aircraft recorded of 17 strategic Israeli military sites in the occupied Golan Heights.

The resistance group released the 10-minute video footage on Tuesday, which included intelligence bases, military command headquarters, artillery positions, Iron Dome platforms and radars as well as camps belonging to the occupying regime’s forces.

Hezbollah's media officer Muhammad Afif said the footage "sends a clear message to the enemy and its army.”

It is the second episode in a series intended to show how far Hezbollah’s surveillance of Israel has reached as tensions escalate between the two sides across the border.

Back in June, Hezbollah published a 9-minute-31-second-long footage which included images of residential and military sites in and around the city of Haifa, including sea and airports, which was apparently aimed at Israeli audience.

The footage underlined the mounting difficulties that the Israeli military has encountered in dealing with the drone capabilities of Hezbollah.

The latest development came two days after Hezbollah targeted the Israeli strategic base of Meron with 60 Katyusha rockets in northern occupied territories.

The resistance group said the attack was carried out in support of the Palestinians in Gaza and in response to the Israeli assassination of one of its members in Lebanon’s Bekaa region.

Hezbollah has been carrying out almost daily rocket attacks on Israeli positions in retaliation for the regime’s aggression against Lebanon and in solidarity with Palestinians.

Israel has killed over 38,200 Palestinians, mostly women and children, in Gaza since October.

Hezbollah has vowed to maintain its retaliatory strikes as long as the Israeli regime continues its barbarous campaign in Gaza.

At least 455 people have also been killed on the Lebanese border, including more than 80 civilians, according to a tally by AFP.

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