Hezbollah mourns one of its fighters in southern Lebanon after targeting Israeli forces

Lebanese Hezbollah launched a direct attack on a group of Israeli soldiers in the town of Kaled Warda, near the town of Aida al-Shaab, on Wednesday, while occupation forces conducted raids in the vicinity of the town. Kfar Shuba in southern Lebanon.

Hezbollah announced the death of one of its members in clashes with the Israeli army in southern Lebanon, bringing its death toll to 265 since border clashes began on October 8.

“Hassan Ibrahim Allol, from the city of Sasqiqia in southern Lebanon, was famous as a martyr on the road to Jerusalem,” the party mourned.

Hezbollah announced the implementation of several military operations against concentrations and bases of Israeli soldiers, while Israel targeted several villages in southern Lebanon, continuing its regular patrols along the border with UNIFIL, “despite rising tensions.”

The party said its members targeted “a secret command post set up with missile weapons behind Israeli Baranid forces (outside the Lebanese city of Rammesh)”.

In another statement, he said his fighters “targeted the position of the saint (outside the town of Aida al-Shaab) and a crowd of enemy (Israeli) soldiers near it with missile weapons.

For its part, the Israeli army targeted the towns of Aita al-Shaab and Ramiya with artillery shells, the official Lebanese News Agency reported.

It indicated that in the morning, Israel fired several heavy artillery shells on the outskirts of Naqora, Jabal al-Labuneh, Alma al-Shab, al-Dahira and the valleys surrounding the towns of Shihin and Tayr Harfa.

According to the agency, the bombing was accompanied by heavy flights of Israeli spy planes over villages in the districts of Tire and Bint Jabeil.

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An Al Jazeera reporter reported that 10 artillery shells were fired at the Israeli Ruwaisad al-Alam base in the occupied Lebanese Kaffar Shuba mountains.

As a result of the conflict between Hezbollah and Israel, 265 members of Hezbollah, 14 members of the Amal Movement, 12 members of Islamic Jihad and 13 members of Hamas were killed, as well as 60 Lebanese civilians, one army soldier and one member. An Israeli soldier was killed in a Hezbollah attack on 18 civilians, the Internal Security Forces and Tel Aviv officials said.

Targeting the UN audience

In a parallel context, a judicial source told Agence France-Presse that the preliminary results of an investigation by the Lebanese army into a landmine explosion in southern Lebanon on Saturday injured three United Nations observers and a translator.

The source said preliminary results of an investigation by the Lebanese army confirmed that bystanders were injured by a landmine blast.

Also, “There were 3 landmines at that location, one of which exploded and the other two were defused.”

Three military observers and an interpreter were wounded in an explosion near them while they were on patrol along the Blue Line in southern Lebanon, the United Nations said on Saturday.

The source continued, “The Military Justice Department is awaiting the final written report of the investigation to determine liability.”

Earlier today, Wednesday, the Israeli military accused Lebanese Hezbollah of injuring the audience and their translator, saying they were wounded by a party-planted bomb.

UNIFIL spokesperson Andrea Tenenti explained to Agence France-Presse on Wednesday that preliminary results of an investigation by the UN force showed that “the explosion was not caused by direct or indirect fire”.

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The Israel-Lebanon border has been under siege since October 8 after Israel was brought to the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide” following Israel's devastating war in the Gaza Strip since October 7. A firefight between the Israeli army on one side and Hezbollah and Palestinian factions on the other led to deaths and injuries on both sides of the border.

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