The occupation army bombs Hezbollah sites and announces the killing of 28 Israelis since the beginning of the war The occupation army bombs Hezbollah sites and announces the killing of 28 Israelis since the beginning of the war

The occupation army bombs Hezbollah sites and announces the killing of 28 Israelis since the beginning of the war

The occupation army bombs Hezbollah sites and announces the killing of 28 Israelis since the beginning of the war

The Israeli occupation army said on Wednesday that it had attacked Hezbollah "infrastructure" deep in southern Lebanon last night, while the party responded by targeting a building used by occupation soldiers in the Avivim settlement, in addition to a command headquarters in the occupied Syrian Golan.

The occupation army added, in a statement, that its fighters raided "two infrastructures of the Hezbollah air defense unit in the Janta area, in Baalbek-Hermel, eastern Lebanon, and Barashit in the Bint Jbeil district, located in southern Lebanon, in addition to a weapons depot for the party in Kfar Kila, southern Lebanon."

The occupation army announced, on Tuesday evening, the killing of two Israelis in the occupied Golan Heights as a result of a missile attack from Lebanon, while it monitored the launching of about 40 missiles from Lebanon towards the Golan. The army radio also reported that 28 Israelis were killed as a result of attacks carried out by Hezbollah since the beginning of the war on October 7, and explained that among them were "17 soldiers and 11 civilians."

For its part, the website of the Israeli National Research Institute, affiliated with Tel Aviv University, stated in its daily update that 32 Israelis were killed, indicating that more than 5,600 rockets were fired from Lebanon and Syria at northern Israel since the beginning of the war. On the other hand, the death toll from the party in the current confrontations with the occupation has risen to 366 people, according to a statistic by the Anadolu Agency based on official announcements from the party.

For its part, Hezbollah announced that it had bombed the headquarters of the 210th Golan Division of the Israeli occupation army in the Nafah base yesterday with dozens of Katyusha rockets in response to the "attack and assassination carried out by the enemy on the Damascus-Beirut road."

Earlier, Hezbollah said it had bombed "a building used by enemy soldiers in the Avivim settlement with appropriate weapons" as a result of an Israeli raid on the Damascus-Beirut road on Tuesday, which targeted a Hezbollah fighter who had previously worked as an aide to the party's Secretary-General, Hassan Nasrallah.

Since October 8, Lebanese and Palestinian factions in Lebanon, most notably Hezbollah, have been exchanging daily shelling with the Israeli army across the “Blue Line” separating the two sides, leaving hundreds dead and wounded, most of them on the Lebanese side.

These factions are linking the cessation of the bombing to Israel ending a war it has been waging with American support on the Gaza Strip since October 7, 2023, which has left more than 126,000 Palestinian martyrs and wounded, most of them children and women, and more than 10,000 missing.

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