• 22 Apr, 2024

Hezbollah launched new attacks on Israeli targets.

The Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has launched new attacks on Israeli targets in the occupied territories to show support for Palestinians suffering from Israeli atrocities.

Israeli media reported that Hezbollah fired anti-tank rockets into the city of Dolev on Friday as the Israeli regime continued its bombardment of the besieged Gaza Strip.

Hezbollah also said that Hezbollah fighters engaged Hadab Yaron with appropriate weapons and attacked him directly. Israel began its war in the Gaza Strip on October 7 after the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas launched Operation Al Aqsa Storm against the occupation forces in response to decades of bloodshed and destruction committed against Palestinians by the Israeli regime.

Since the offensive began, the regime in Tel Aviv has killed at least 21,320 Palestinians and injured more than 55,603. Thousands of people are missing and presumed dead in the rubble of the Gaza Strip, which is under "full siege" by Israel.

Hezbollah and the Israeli regime came to blows a day after the regime launched a war of attrition against the Gaza Strip. More than 150 people were killed on the Lebanese side of the border with Lebanon, mostly Hezbollah fighters, and more than 20 civilians, according to AFP.

According to Israel, nine soldiers and four settlers were killed in the shooting.