Hezbollah expresses solidarity with Hamas at Sidon gathering
A delegation from the Lebanese Hezbollah Party met with Hamas representatives in Sidon and extended condolences to the group following Monday’s Israeli air strike, which claimed the lives of seven resistance fighters in besieged Gaza Strip.
Zaid Dhaher and Mohamed Farhat, from Hezbollah, met with Hamas leaders Aymen Shana’a, Rafiq Abdullah, and Hassan Shana’a.
Dhaher expressed Hezbollah’s solidarity with Hamas following the deadly Israeli strike on a resistance tunnel south of Gaza.
The two parties further discussed the situation in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon and the progress of the Palestinian national reconciliation.
Seven resistance fighters, including a commander at the Saraya al-Quds Brigades and his deputy, along with two members of al-Qassam Brigades, were killed and 13 persons injured afternoon Monday after the Israeli occupation army struck a resistance site east of Khan Younis, south of Gaza Strip. Others are still missing.