Lebanese Civilians Injured as Israel Ramps up Attacks on the Southern Front

Lebanese Civilians Injured as Israel Ramps up Attacks on the Southern Front

BEIRUT: Hostilities between Hezbollah and the Israeli army on Lebanon’s southern front erupted on Monday, killing two Israeli soldiers and injuring several Lebanese civilians.

On Monday morning, the Israeli army raided what it said was a Hezbollah military compound in Sefri, Baalbek. The attack, which destroyed a factory, injured three civilians and left rubble on the nearby Riyaq-Baalbek road. In response to Israeli attacks in Bekaa, Hezbollah claimed to have targeted the “headquarters of the Golan Division (210th) at the Nafah base” with dozens of Katyusha rockets.

The drone attack targeted a group of Israeli soldiers south of Metula, destroying their settlement points, damaging their vehicles, and killing or injuring them.

Israeli media outlets later confirmed that two soldiers were killed in Metula. Targeting Metula is the most serious event since the beginning of the war in northern Israel, with two soldiers killed and two others injured, one seriously injured, after a kamikaze drone struck Metula.” “The victims were soldiers from the 98th Paratroopers Division,” one report stated.

The attacks centered on Al-Tasa Spring, Aqamata Farm, the towns of Louaize and Aramti, and areas near Sarda.

According to Israeli army spokesman Avichay Adraee, warplanes targeted “15 military buildings and infrastructure that were placed inside a camp belonging to Hezbollah’s Radwan Force in the Louaizeh area of southern Lebanon.

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