Army Israel He said he had hit several Shia militia positions this Monday Hezbollah In southern Lebanon, the terrorist group fired several rockets towards the northern border of the Hebrew nation.
“Throughout the day, several launches were identified from Lebanon into northern Israel. In response, IDF soldiers attacked the center of fire and other parts of Lebanon,” a military statement said today.
Israeli planes “hit two Hezbollah military bases Many terrorists in the southern part of YarounAnother third of the militants fired assault rockets, the report said.
In Yoron, Hezbollah confirmed the death of two of its men today and requested by telegram 12 attacks were carried out by rockets and missiles Against groups of Israeli soldiers along the border, incl Al SamakaA disputed site in the Golan Heights, Birkat Risha or Jal Al Alam area.
The risk of open conflict between Israel and Hezbollah has been increasing since then 114 days cross section The border, which is experiencing its highest level of tension since the 2006 war and has already killed more than 230 people, has confirmed 176 deaths, mostly from Hezbollah's ranks, some of them in Syria.
The border skirmishes have raised fears that Lebanon could become a second front in the conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas.
On the Israeli side, they are dead 18 on the northern borderAmong them were 12 soldiers and 6 civilians, some in Lebanon 20 Palestinian militants, one soldier and at least 23 civilians -among them three children and three journalists-, in addition to Hezbollah fighters.
At least four of Monday's attacks from Lebanon were the launch of Burgan missiles, three of which targeted Israeli military positions and the fourth was directed against a group of soldiers, the Lebanese Movement said in a series of communications.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah announced at the end of last year that he would add these missiles to his operational arsenal and said they are capable of carrying half a ton of warheads during current conflicts.
Hezbollah today claimed responsibility for two other actions with Iranian-made projectiles 'Falak'.
Last Friday, the Shiite group used 'Falaq-1' rockets for the first time since the conflict with Israel began on October 8, as confirmed by Lebanese television. Al Manarwho acts as their spokesperson.
240 mm projectiles are available Range up to 10 km and warheads of 50 kg eachAccording to the channel's infographic broadcast Al Manar.
(with information from EFE)
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