Israeli forces bombarded this Saturday with internationally prohibited white phosphorus projectiles outside the cities of Alma al-Shaab and Marwahin, on the southern border, local sources reported here.
According to reports, the army in Tel Aviv launched an artillery attack against several forests south of the city of Naqoura with the intention of shooting them.
The pan-Arab channel Al Mayadeen said that the border area witnessed intense flights of Israeli reconnaissance planes in the national airspace.
For its part, the Israeli site Al-Abbad, opposite Houla, was hit by missiles from southern Lebanon and an anti-tank rocket hit Israeli forces in Arab Al-Aramsha, near Al-Dhahaira.
According to Israel Army Radio, sirens were sounded in the settlements of Miskaaf, Margaliot and Al-Aramshe.
In this context, local media reported that an Israeli drone fired missiles towards the heights of Jabal Safi, north of the Litani River.
Last night shots were fired in several places in the eastern sector of the border, as well as the launching of flares.
Amidst the continuous bombing of Tel Aviv, the Lebanese Resistance (Hizbullah) has been conducting operations against Israeli military positions along the border, which are considered espionage and piracy bases.
Hizbullah published scenes of the destruction of towers, optical, radio control and surveillance devices.
At the same time, it shows attack points with laser systems to determine distances, listening equipment and wireless communication, as well as day and night vision technology with telescopes up to five kilometers deep.
On October 7, the Hamas movement launched a surprise attack against Israel and a few hours after Operation Al-Aqsa Deluge they added the support of Islamic Jihad and the Popular and Democratic Liberation Front with all their military brigade.
From the first moment of the war, Hizbullah reaffirmed its commitment to the liberation of the occupied Lebanese land and solidarity with the resistance and the Palestinian people. (Source: PL)