April 17, 2024

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A woman was killed in northern Israel in a bombing carried out by the Hezbollah terror group from Lebanon, which triggered retaliation.

A woman was killed in northern Israel in a bombing carried out by the Hezbollah terror group from Lebanon, which triggered retaliation.
A view of the site where a rocket fired from Lebanon fell amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian terror group Hamas near the entrance to a hospital in Safed, northern Israel, on February 14, 2024. REUTERS/Avi Ohioan

One woman died and at least eight others were injured This Wednesday in the North Israel After a Intense explosion of rockets Started from Lebanon territory.

In response to the invasion, the Israeli army has been attacking positions there Hezbollah terrorist group.

According to an Israeli emergency services official Mag and David Adam Quoted by Public Channel ConA The woman was found dead As paramedics checked buildings with bullet impacts in the city is safeAt least eight people were injured by projectiles fired from Lebanon.

An Israeli police officer examines a crater hit by a rocket fired from southern Lebanon where it landed near the entrance to Ziv Hospital in the northern Israeli city of Safed on February 14, 2024, amid ongoing cross-border tensions between Israel and Israel. Palestinian Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip. (Photo Jala Mere/AFP)
A woman was killed in the attacks

“A large number of missiles have been identified that crossed from Lebanon towards the areas Nedua, Manara and toward an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) base in northern Israel,” the military said.

The border between Israel and Lebanon has been experiencing high tensions since 2006. The current conflict started after October 8. Hamas terrorist attack On Israeli soil.

Smoke images from Israeli airstrikes in Kyam

Over four months it claimed more lives 250 people, The majority on the Lebanese side, Hezbollah's ranks, confirmed 184 killed, some of them in Syria. In Israel, 19 people died on the northern border, including 12 soldiers and seven civilians.

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IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi, He has assured that They will evict civilians of RafaIn the south of the Gaza Strip, they hope to firmly destroy Hamas structures before launching a series of attacks on the city.

“In the earlier parts of the war, we tried to isolate people. We have the capabilities to do that. We did it in Gaza City. We did it in Khan Yunis,” Halevi said this Tuesday when they were already there. 28,500 people died After attacks on the Palestinian enclave began on October 7, 2023.

“Residents of Rafah will be allowed to evacuate the area. It is not right for citizens, residents and families to be in a war zone. When will it happen? How does that happen? We will decide when the time comes,” he concluded.

Palestinians flee Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. February 13, 2024. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

Halevi has ignored the international community's warnings of “catastrophic” consequences – in the words of the United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Gutierrez– He stressed that the planned attack on Rafah will happen and that the IDF is trained to operate in difficult situations.

“We've been fighting for about four months and there's still a long way to go,” Halevi said. 10,000 Hamas agents It still continues in Rafah, where more than a million people are fleeing the devastated north of the Gaza Strip.

Thus, Halevi asserted that a military like the IDF, which has maneuvered in a densely populated urban area with high-rise buildings and underground tunnels, has not existed in recent decades. “The soldiers have handled it with great success and the military achievements are extraordinary,” he said.

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“So far we have removed more 10,000 terrorists including several commanders. This is what destroying Hamas is all about,” he vowed, clarifying that while the military achievements were “extremely high,” there was still “a long way to go” in terms of what he said. The Times of Israel.

“We must attack the senior leaders, kill the enemy commanders and their agents, return the residents to their homes safely and bring home all the hostages,” the Israeli army chief stressed.

(With information from EFE and Europa Press)