Israel-Hezbollah border clashes: Latest developments


Israeli warplanes targeted Tuesday the outskirts of Houla, Mays al-Jabal and Blida, a day after 14 people were wounded in strikes in Ghaziyeh, about 30 kilometers from the border.

Later on Tuesday, Hezbollah targeted a group of soldiers in the Ramim barracks, while Israel bombed al-Hamames Hill, al-Wazzani, Dhayra, Shihin, Marwahin, the Haramoun Hill, and Aita al-Shaab.

On Monday, Hezbollah claimed three attacks on Israeli positions, two of them in the occupied Shebaa Farms.

The group, which says it is acting in support of Gaza, did not mention a drone that the Israeli army said was launched toward the Lower Galilee in northern Israel. Israel said is struck Ghazieh in response to the launch of the drone.

The latest uptick in violence has caused international alarm, with fears growing of another full-blown war between Israel and Hezbollah like that in 2006.

Since October, cross-border exchanges have killed at least 269 people on the Lebanese side, most of them Hezbollah fighters but also including 40 civilians, according to an AFP tally.

On the Israeli side, 10 soldiers and six civilians have been killed, according to the Israeli army.

Comments 1
Missing youssefhaddad 20 February 2024, 15:44

When will the Shias in Lebanon decide to live instead of dying and suffering for the Iranian Regime!?
Hezbollah could be terrorizing them into submission but what is coming is a lot worse than what the Hezb would do if they oppose him.