Anticipating a war on the Northern Front… the occupation conducts “surprise” military maneuvers

On Thursday, the Israeli occupation army conducted a “surprising” military maneuver to test the readiness of its forces and apparatus for a full-scale war with Lebanon in the country's north, Hebrew media reported.

The Israel Broadcasting Authority said the maneuver was “suddenly carried out and its purpose is to improve the readiness of the Israeli army for various scenarios on the northern flank.”

He added that the maneuver was conducted by “multi-arms” and operational wing of the army.

According to the Broadcasting Authority, the exercise involved military leadership and units and general staff.

The same source said the surprise maneuver was organized in response to complaints by soldiers serving in the north of the country that they were not protected when the Israeli occupation army opened fire on them from Lebanon, amid escalating clashes with Hezbollah.

On Wednesday, the Israeli occupation army reached a prisoner exchange deal with Hamas that could lead to an accord with Lebanon as well, according to the Hebrew newspaper Haaretz.

On a daily basis, gunfire is taking place in several areas along the border between Israel and southern Lebanon, the latest of which, earlier Thursday, was monitored by the Israeli occupation army, which launched a barrage of fire towards the border from southern Lebanon. Settlements in the north of the country.

In “solidarity with the Gaza Strip,” which has been under a devastating US-backed Israeli war since October 7, Hezbollah and Palestinian factions in Lebanon exchange daily bombardments with the Israeli army, resulting in deaths and injuries on both sides of the border. .

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Since the same date, Israel has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, killing tens of thousands of civilians, most of them children and women, and causing massive destruction and famine that claimed the lives of children and the elderly, according to Palestinian and UN officials. Information.

On Monday, the UN Israel continues the war despite a Security Council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire during Ramadan, and despite its first appearance at the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide”. “

TRT Arabic – Agencies

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