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Hezbollah Targets ‘israeli’ Barracks, Uses Falaq 1 Missiles

The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon continues its steadfast stance against the Zionist enemy, responding to attacks and standing in solidarity with the people and resistance of Gaza.

Despite the brutal Zionist aggression, supported by an American green light and the complicity and silence of Western and many Arab regimes, the resistance remains resolute in its mission.

On Sunday, at 10:05 a.m., the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted a gathering of enemy soldiers near the Ramim barracks with missile weapons, scoring a direct hit.

Later, at 11:15 a.m., they targeted the Zebdin barracks in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with two Falaq 1 missiles, also achieving a direct hit.

At 2:00 in the afternoon, the Hezbollah fighters launched a missile and artillery attack targeting the enemy’s artillery positions and troop deployment south of Kiryat Shmona.

Hezbollah also issued two consecutive statements, announcing additional operations “in solidarity with our steadfast Palestinian brethren in Gaza and their courageous resistance, and in retaliation for Israeli assaults on resilient villages and civilian homes, notably the Lebanese town of Blida.”

At 04:35 on Sunday afternoon, the fighters struck a building in Al-Manara settlement, where Israeli soldiers were stationed, using precise weaponry.

Few minutes later, at 04:50 in the afternoon, two buildings in the Al-Malkiyeh settlement, also housing Israeli enemy soldiers, were directly hit.

Ramim Strike (Archive)

The Islamic Resistance’s commitment to the cause is evident in the sacrifice of its martyrs.

The recent martyrdom of fighters Ahmed Muhammad al-Afi “Mahmoud,” born in 1980 from the town of Brital in the Bekaa, and Hussein Ali al-Dirani “Abu Ali,” born in 1986 from the town of Qasrnaba in the Bekaa, serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made All the Way to Al-Quds.


Later in the day, the Islamic Resistance issued a statement mourning the martyr Ali Karim Nasser “Fidaa,” born in 1989 from the town of Hadatha in southern Lebanon.

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