The Lebanese Hezbollah announced that it carried out a series of attacks on the Israeli army, using drones, rockets and artillery shells, in the north of Israel, near the border with Lebanon.
Since the start of the war on October 7, Israel and Hezbollah have clashed daily, mostly in the border area.
Hezbollah said in a statement that its fighters targeted the “gathering centers of the occupying Israeli soldiers” west of the city of Kiryat Shmona, using three drones, around 1 p.m. today.
They also announced that the artillery fire was aimed at positions where Israeli soldiers were stationed in that area.
Several Israeli military positions near the border were also targeted by “Burkan” rockets. It was stated that there were victims in the attacks.
The Israeli army announced that 25 rockets were fired from Lebanon today and that several border positions were targeted.
In response to the attacks from Lebanon, the Israeli military targeted “Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure” with artillery, fighter jets and helicopters and targeted “a cell that attempted to fire an anti-tank missile from the Marwahin region” near the border, the Israeli military said in a statement.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said on November 11 that his fighters were using new weapons, including Burkan (Volcano) rockets that can carry 300 to 500 kilograms of explosives.
The daily exchange of fire along the border has killed at least 90 people in Lebanon since October 7, mostly Hezbollah fighters, but also 11 civilians.
On the Israeli side, nine people were killed, including six soldiers.