Harvest of Hezbollah operations: We bombed 19 occupation sites and downed a drone
Hezbollah, the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon, announced at dawn today, Thursday, the downing of an Israeli drone at the southern border of Lebanon and the launch of three missiles towards the “Ruaysat Al-‘Ilm” site in the occupied hills of Kafr Shuba in southern Lebanon.
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Hezbollah also announced its attack on several occupied sites at the border, including the Bayyad Blida site, Hadab Al-Bustan, and the headquarters of the Zaret Battalion, using artillery shells and guided missiles. They also targeted a gathering of Israeli vehicles near the town of Aita Al-Shaab.
According to the party’s statement, a drone was directly targeted, resulting in its immediate crash and fall above two villages on the Lebanese side of the border.
Although the occupation acknowledged that one of its drones was targeted by an air-to-ground missile fired from Lebanon, it doubted that the drone had been damaged.
Without mentioning the name of Hezbollah, the occupation army announced in a statement that it had replied by targeting the site from which the missile was launched.
Additionally, occupation aircraft raided the vicinity of the towns of Ramyeh and Al-Qouzah, while Israeli artillery shelled the surroundings of several towns adjacent to the border line.
In another statement, the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon announced on Thursday evening that they “targeted this afternoon the Israeli battalion command headquarters in the Zabdin barrack in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms.”
The statement further added that the targeting operation was carried out using two assault drones filled with a large quantity of explosives, which is the first time that Hezbollah has announced the use of drones.
Hezbollah affirmed that the targets, including the Zabdin barrack and everyone inside them, were accurately hit.