Hezbollah Lebanese resistance group staged on Sunday several strikes against Israeli targets, including a double-tap attack that resulted in confirmed casualties among Zionist soldiers.

In the first strike, the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted Al-Raheb site with artillery shells at 7:00 am on Sunday, the Hezbollah’s Military Media announced in a statement, noting that the strike was “in support of our resilient Palestinian people in Gaza and reinforcing their courageous and honorable resistance.” Sunday’s second strike was the double-tap attack that took place at 10:15, following accurate monitoring and observation of the Israeli enemy forces’ movements at Al-Malkiya site.

“As an Israeli Hamvee entered the site, the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted with a guided missile, causing a direct hit and inflicting casualties among its crew,” the second statement read.

It added that the Islamic Resistance fighters, and after soldiers gathered near the targeted Hamvee, targeted their gathering with artillery shells, causing confirmed casualties.

Later at 10:40 on Sunday, the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted Al-Ramtha site with missile weapons, inflicting a direct hit, according to the third statement.

The Islamic Resistance fighters, the at 11:00 targeted the newly established espionage equipment at Ramya site with appropriate weapons, inflicting a direct hit and destroying it, the fourth statement read.

The fifth strike then took place at 13:25, when the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted Jal Al-Allam site with artillery shells, inflicting a direct hit.

Al-Malkiya site was hit anew with another strike on Sunday, when the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted and destroyed the post's spy equipment at 16:40, the sixth statement read.

Earlier on Saturday, Hezbollah's Military Media published a video showing earlier strikes targeting Israeli enemy army's surveillance sites and equipment at the southern Lebanese border.

Original Article Source: Al Manar | Published on Sunday, 19 May 2024 16:09 (about 26 days ago)