Mohaddeth: Hezbollah attacks an Israeli military vehicle and the occupation bombs three Lebanese towns

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Israel would decide on the next move on the border with Lebanon "according to developments."

This came in a televised speech made by Netanyahu after consultations with the Israeli Chief of Staff, General Aviv Kochavi, during which he commented on the evolution of the situation on the border.

Netanyahu added that Israel's response to Hezbollah's attack on an army camp was very strong, as he put it.

He claimed that "100 projectiles were fired into southern Lebanon," noting that no Israelis were hurt in the Hezbollah attack and "even scratched," he says.

On Sunday afternoon, Hezbollah attacked an Israeli military vehicle near the Lebanese border and declared "killing and wounding" it, which the Israeli army denied.

"At 1415 this afternoon, a group of martyrs Hassan Zbib and Yasser Dahir destroyed an Israeli military vehicle at the road of the Avivim barracks, killing and wounding them," the party said.

The Israeli army announced that "a number of anti-tank missiles were fired from Lebanon towards an Israeli military base and military vehicles," noting that his forces responded "by fire on the source of rockets and targets in southern Lebanon."

According to the Lebanese army command, "the Israeli occupation forces targeted the vicinity of the towns of" Maroun al-Ras "and" Aitaroun "and" Yaron "border with more than 40 cluster rockets and incendiary rockets, which led to fires in the forest of the towns.

The Israeli army announced that it fired a number of anti-tank missiles at a military site and vehicles of the Lebanese army.

Hizbollah's attack came a week after another drone crashed in Beirut's southern suburbs, which Hezbollah said was a serious breach and vowed to retaliate. It is linked to fixing equations, fixing rules of engagement and fixing the country's logic of protection. "

"The Israeli should pay the price for his attack."

For his part. Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has asked US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, French President Emmanuel Bonn's adviser and the international community to intervene in the face of the development of the situation on the southern border, the official NNA news agency reported.

The UNIFIL spokesman, Andrea Tenetti, said that the commander of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), Gen. Stefan Del Cole, is in contact with all parties, calling on them to exercise maximum restraint and cease all activities that threaten to halt business. Hostility. "

Tensions escalated last week between Israel and Hizbollah following an Israeli drone attack on the southern victim in Beirut.

Hizbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Saturday the group's response to the Israeli offensive had been "decided".

The attack, which took place before August 25, involved two drones, one of which exploded and caused damage to a media center run by Hezbollah, while the second crashed.

Nasrallah said the attack was "the first major and clear violation of the rules of engagement established after the July 2006 war" between Israel and Hezbollah.


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