Israel attacked Hezbollah after it fired a missile at an Israeli plane
Israel attacked positions of the Shiite group Hezbollah in Lebanon, and a missile was fired at an Israeli plane from Lebanese territory, which was not hit.
A surface-to-air missile fired from Lebanon this morning hit one of its aircraft operating along the border between the two countries without damage, Israel's military said in a statement.
After several missiles were fired from the country towards the Har Tov area in northern Israel, Israeli planes and tanks attacked Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon.
The Israel-Lebanon border has experienced its highest level of tension since the 2006 war between Hezbollah and Israel.
In a statement, the Israeli military said it had sent “dozens” of warplanes in the past few hours against Hamas' “access to mines, infrastructure and military positions” in the coastal area.
In addition, the Israeli military killed suspected members of the Islamic group in airstrikes supporting ground forces to prevent the planting of a bomb near an Israeli tank in Jabalia, northern Gaza, and killed “more than a dozen terrorists” in Khan Yunis. in the south.
The source also said Islamic Jihad facilities were found in the Tufa neighborhood of Gaza City, along with weapons, explosives, military equipment and “intelligence documents”.
Japan imposes new sanctions on three senior Hamas officials
The Japanese government announced new sanctions on Hamas, including freezing the assets of three of the terror organization's senior officials.
Those admitted are current leader of Hamas, Yahya Shinwar; Mohamed Deif, military leader and alleged mastermind of terrorist attacks against Israel; and his deputy commander-in-chief Marwan Isa, as detailed in a statement by the Japanese Foreign Ministry.
The move was approved during a Japanese executive cabinet meeting and is in line with United Nations Security Council resolutions, government spokesman Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi said.
Hayashi said the three sanctioned were “related to the October 7 attack on Israel” and “they are believed to have accessed Hamas funds to finance it”.
United Kingdom registers a new “incident” against a ship in the Red Sea
UK maritime trade activities (UKMTO) pointed out this Tuesday A new “incident” A ship will be involved Red SeaWithin the framework of recent attacks by the Houthis against boats in the area in response to an Israeli offensive against Israel Gaza Strip After the attacks carried out by the terrorist group Hamas on 7 October.
The organization indicated in a brief statement on its account on the social network About 50 nautical miles (about 92.5 kilometers) west of the port HodeidaLocated in the west Yemen.
“The authorities are investigating,” he said, before insisting on it “Vessels are advised to proceed with caution and to report any suspicious activity to the UKMTO”, without further details of what happened.
The Houthis have not yet commented on what happened after confirming that they would continue attacks against Israeli-flagged ships owned by Israeli companies or visiting Israeli ports in response to a military offensive against Gaza. A new international mission led by the United States that Spain withdrew from.
Israel continues to fight Hamas in Gaza, while Egypt negotiates its peace plan
Members of the terrorist group continue to fire rockets into Israeli territory. The United States, European governments and Qatar served as mediators in the conflict, which reached a cease-fire in late November that has not been repeated since.
Israel And Hamas They revealed on Monday Cool reception to the Egyptian proposal put an end to War. But old enemies refrained from rejecting it outright projectLeaving open the possibility of a new round diplomatic work To stop the disaster Israeli attack In Gaza Strip.
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