Hezbollah doubles the number of Israeli enemy deaths in a qualitative operation

The Israeli enemy army admitted in the past few hours that nine of its soldiers were injured on the northern front due to rockets launched by Hezbollah from Lebanon, raising its death toll to nine.

Follow up – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

According to the figures admitted by the enemy only, the total death toll has risen to 491 since the Al-Aqsa Flood operation on October 7th.

The Israeli military spokesman stated, “As a result of gunfire towards the Shomera area, one soldier was severely wounded, and eight others sustained moderate and minor injuries. They have been transported to receive medical treatment at the hospital.”

The enemy’s spokesman considered that “Hezbollah threatens stability in the region, saying, “Hezbollah has turned southern Lebanon into a war zone and risks Lebanon for the sake of Hamas and Iran.”

Earlier on Tuesday, the enemy admitted the killing of six soldiers, including five in the ongoing battles in the Gaza Strip and one who died from injuries sustained earlier on the border with Lebanon.

Yesterday, the Islamic Resistance fighters in Lebanon, Hezbollah, targeted “a monitoring room near the Shomera barracks and a gathering of enemy soldiers near the Dovev barracks with appropriate weapons,” resulting in direct hits and causing fatalities and injuries among their ranks.

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