Hezbollahs precision attack targets Israeli espionage base in occupied Palestinian territories

Lebanon’s Hezbollah launches fresh attacks on Israeli-controlled targets in occupied Palestinian territories.

The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has launched a fresh round of attacks on Israeli-controlled targets in occupied Palestinian territories, hitting the regime’s sensitive espionage facilities.

Hezbollah said in a statement on Monday that it had used guided rockets for a precision attack on the Israeli regime’s espionage facilities in the al-Radar military base.

The group said it had also targeted the Israeli military’s Branit barracks using Falaq-1 missiles earlier in the day.

Hezbolah said in an earlier statement that its forces had targeted sensitive spying facilities of the Israeli regime in al-Ebad site.  

The attacks came just a day after Hezbollah targeted similar espionage installations controlled by Israel in Kfarchouba and in the occupied Shebaa Farms in southern Lebanon.

Hezbollah has been trading fire with Israel on an almost daily basis since the regime started its aggression on Palestinians in Gaza on October 7.

The Lebanese say attacks on Israel seek to keep the regime busy at its northern front and to force it to end an invasion on Gaza that has killed more than 28,000 people.

Estimates by the Israeli military and media reports suggest attacks by Hezbollah have inflicted huge losses on the regime while forcing it to evacuate tens of thousands of people from settlements located in north of the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.

Hezbollah has also lost dozens of its fighters in the confrontation with the Israeli regime in recent months. It said on Monday that one of its fighters, identified as Mohammad Bagher Hassan Bassam, had been martyred in an Israeli attack on the village of Aainata in southern Lebanon.

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