May 18, 2024

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Hezbollah fires more than 130 missiles at Israeli forces

Hezbollah fires more than 130 missiles at Israeli forces

So far, the Lebanese political and military movement confirmed the implementation of 13 operations, on Tuesday, and the use of Katyusha rockets and heavy Burkan rockets, in response to the Israeli genocide in Gaza and attacks against civilians in the country.

At dawn, Hezbollah announced the operation by firing more than 100 Katyusha rockets at the Air and Missile Defense Command headquarters in Killa, the artillery base in Yoav, and artillery bunkers spread around.

The resistance achieved a direct hit with Burkan missiles in its attacks on the Raheb site and the Jarda checkpoint.

He mentioned, in separate statements, operations targeting spy devices at enemy sites in Birkat Risha and Jal al-Alam.

On Tuesday afternoon, the resistance attacked again the Jal al-Alam site and the occupation soldiers were deployed. Meanwhile, its missiles targeted the Hadab Yarin site.

Hezbollah carried out an operation against its military position in Birkat Risha and forced an enemy drone to leave the airspace of the border areas. The movement's fighters also attacked the Zarit barracks with Burkan missiles and the last Ruwaisat al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese hills of Kafr Shuba.

The resistance missiles targeted the site of Zabdin, the occupied Shebaa Farms, and the Baranit barracks.

For its part, Israeli aircraft carried out two attacks near the towns of Sarein and Nabi Sheet in the Bekaa Valley, east of the country, wounding at least 11 civilians.

In detail, Tel Aviv warplanes carried out an air strike, targeting a building near the shrine of the martyr Sayyed Abbas al-Musawi in the center of the town of Nabi Shet.

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They also carried out another missile attack on the Dahr al-Ayroun area on the outskirts of the town of Sarein, targeting the towns of Khiam, Aita al-Shaab, Bint Jbeil, and the town of Wadi Bargaz in the region. From Hasbaya, south of the country.