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Spying equipment destroyed, gathering of troops struck in Hezbollah attacks

Fighters from the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement have separately targeted espionage equipment and a gathering of Israeli soldiers stationed at a military outpost close to the border with southern Lebanon in response to the regime’s ongoing genocidal war in the Gaza Strip.

Lebanon’s Arabic-language al-Manar television channel reported that the fighters carried out an operation on Sunday afternoon against the al-Asi military base, and fired a salvo of rockets at the site. Spying equipment stationed in the base was destroyed as a result.

Earlier in the day, Hezbollah fighters had struck a gathering of Israeli soldiers facing the Lebanese area of al-Wazzani, causing injuries among the troops.

Israeli airstrikes and artillery shelling, meanwhile, targeted several southern Lebanese border areas.

Israeli fighter jets bombed the towns of Marwahin, Aita al-Shaab and Aitaroun.

An Israeli drone also fired a missile at Aita al-Shaab, No further details about any casualties were immediately available.

The strike on Aitaroun destroyed a house that had gone up in flames following a strike, Lebanon’s official National News Agency reported.

Moreover, Israeli artillery units targeted an area between Aitaroun and Maroun al-Ras, as Israel fired two shells on the Marjeyoun plain in a bid to terrorize local farmers and shepherds.

The Israeli regime has been attacking southern Lebanon off and on since October 7, when it launched the devastating campaign of death and destruction in Gaza.

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

Threats of bombing Lebanon back to Stone Age ridiculous, Hezbollah hitting hard: Israeli media

Threats of bombing Lebanon back to Stone Age ridiculous, Hezbollah hitting hard: Israeli media

Israeli media outlets have scoffed at previous statements by the regime’s officials that Tel Aviv will “return Lebanon to the Stone Age” in any war against Hezbollah.

At least 322 people have been killed on the Lebanese border, most of them Hezbollah fighters but also 56 civilians.

Israel says at least ten of its troopers and seven settlers have been killed in the area.

The fighting has forced the evacuation of tens of thousands from the northern part of the occupied territories, which have been pummeled by rocket fire and shelling carried out by Hezbollah and allied Palestinian groups.

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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