Eight Zionists, including five soldiers, injured, fires broke out in Galilee after intense Hezbollah bombing


At least eight Zionists, including five soldiers, were injured, and fires broke out in northern occupied Palestine in intense bombing by Lebanese Hezbollah on the Upper Galilee region.

The Zionist enemy army radio reported that three Zionists were injured, one of them seriously, in an anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon that landed on a building in the Western Galilee.

Five soldiers were also injured, one of them in critical condition, in a Hezbollah bombing that targeted the Galilee region.

The Times of Israel newspaper quoted the enemy army as confirming that a soldier was injured in a missile strike that targeted an army site near the town of Zarit in northern occupied Palestine.

Earlier, the Zionist ambulance announced that a Zionist settler was seriously injured in the town of Kfar Zeitim and several fires broke out in the vicinity of Tiberias following the firing of Hezbollah missiles.

Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that ten firefighting teams and six aircraft were working in the Lower Galilee region to put out fires resulting from missiles launched from Lebanon.

The Zionist Fire and Rescue Authority said: Its teams are dealing with three fire spots after rockets fell in the Upper Galilee and the Lower Galilee.

The enemy army stated that about 20 missiles were launched from Lebanon towards the Lower Galilee, and the enemy army radio announced that about 60 missiles were launched at Mount Meron.

For its part, Hezbollah said that it bombed Bayad Blida site with missile weapons and achieved a direct hit. It also announced that it caused deaths and injuries as a result of its bombing of a movement of enemy soldiers at Barkat Risha site with guided missiles.

Earlier on Sunday, the party said: It bombed the Nimra base, west of Tiberias, with dozens of Katyusha rockets in response to the assassination carried out by the enemy army yesterday in Bekaa, eastern Lebanon, while the enemy army responded by launching raids at a depth of 25 kilometers inside Lebanon, similar to the party’s raids.

Hezbollah reported that its fighters targeted the spy equipment at the Zionist monk site, confirming that a direct hit had been achieved. It also said that it had bombed the Al-Baghdadi Zionist site with missile weapons.

Sirens sounded this morning in some areas north of the occupying entity for the first time since the start of the border clashes.

This escalation comes after a Zionist air strike on Saturday, targeting a car in the town of Shaath in Baalbek in Bekaa region in eastern Lebanon, after which Hezbollah announced the killing of one of its soldiers in border clashes, bringing the death toll to 361.

In southern Lebanon, media sources reported that Zionist artillery bombed the outskirts of the towns of Yaroun and Maroun al-Ras.

They said that the Zionist aircraft raided the towns of Naqoura, Aita al-Shaab, and the town of Maaroub in the Tire district of southern Lebanon.

In the wake of a devastating Zionist war on the Gaza Strip, which led to “Tel Aviv” appearing before the International Court of Justice on charges of “genocide,” the occupied Palestinian and Lebanese borders have witnessed, since October 8, 2023, a state of hunting, as Hezbollah and Palestinian factions launched dozens of operations in when the enemy launches raids and bombs Lebanese towns.