Israeli media reports that settlers in “Metula” and “Kiryat Shmona” were instructed to stay in fortified areas.
According to Al Mayadeen‘s correspondent in South Lebanon, the Lebanese Islamic resistance fired at an Israeli vehicle in the Israeli settlement of “Metula” in northern occupied Palestine.
Israeli Channel 13 stated that the Israeli army confirmed Hezbollah’s launch of an anti-tank missile at “Metula” reporting three injuries as a result.
Israeli media further reported that settlers in “Metula” and “Kiryat Shmona” were instructed to stay in fortified areas.
Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces shelled the Lebanese hill of El Hamames adjacent to “Metula”, where journalists had gathered: noting that an Israeli artillery shell fell in the vicinity of the town of Kfar Kila.
The Lebanese Islamic resistance continues to target the military sites and vehicles of the Israeli occupation forces in response to Israeli incursions at the borders, which have led to the martyrdom of several individuals.
Yesterday, surveillance cameras were targeted at the al-Jardah site in the town of al-Dhayrah and the Dhahr al-Jamal site opposite the town of Ramiya in South Lebanon by Hezbollah.
Soon thereafter, Al Mayadeen’s correspondent reported that sounds of explosions were heard in the vicinity of the town of al-Dhayrah in South Lebanon and the settlements facing it.
“Israel” bombed the Lebanese town of al-Dhayrah, near the border with occupied Palestine, according to our correspondent.
In retaliation, the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon – Hezbollah, announced that freedom fighters targeted the sites of “Misgav Am”, Khirbat al-Manara, “Hormon”, Birket Risha, and Ramiya.
“Our freedom fighters used appropriate weapons,” the Resistance said, underlining that they could confirm that the Israeli occupation’s sites received direct hits and were damaged in the retaliatory strike.
Minutes later, Al Mayadeen’s correspondent reported that a Lebanese army site in al-Dhayrah was targeted by the Israeli occupation, with more strikes targeting the outskirts of Rmeich, southern Lebanon.
Hezbollah later issued another statement, saying the al-Dhayrah military site came under attack once again.
“Shortly before 6:00 pm today, Monday, a group from the Islamic Resistance, named after martyr Ali Kamel Mohsen, attacked the Israeli site of al-Dhahyrah and targeted a Merkava tank with guided missiles, achieving a direct hit,” the statement read.
On Sunday, the team commander of the 75th Battalion in the 7th Brigade, Lieutenant Amitai Granot, and soldier Daniel Rashed from the 13th Battalion of the Golani Brigade were killed in an attack by the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon on their posts.