Lebanese Hezbollah announced on Monday the killing of three of its members in attacks by Israeli occupation forces in southern Lebanon near the border. Hezbollah reported via the Telegram application that “the three deceased were from the southern cities of Aitaroun, al-Tiri and Yaroun.”
The death toll from Hezbollah rose to 182, as a result of daily bombings between it and Israeli forces on the southern border.
On the other hand, Al Jazeera's correspondent reported that 5 missiles were fired towards Israeli positions in the Upper Galilee, near the border with southern Lebanon, noting that sirens were sounding in the Doviv and Birim areas in the Upper Galilee.
For its part, Israeli Channel 12 reported on Monday that 8 missiles had been monitored from southern Lebanon toward Israel's northern border. Sirens sounded in several Israeli towns near the Lebanese border in the Upper Galilee region.
In response, the Israeli military fired artillery missiles, without clarifying the fate of the missiles launched, the areas they targeted, or the damage they caused. No official statement has yet been issued by the Israeli military or resistance groups in Lebanon regarding this incident.
The Israeli newspaper Maariv reported that by this moment, Israel had launched more than 3,400 attacks on Lebanese territory. Whereas since the beginning of the war on Gaza, about two thousand shots were fired from Lebanon towards Israel.
This comes after Hezbollah announced yesterday, Sunday, that it had targeted six sites and gatherings of Israeli troops on Lebanon's southern border.
Since the beginning of the Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, the Lebanese-Israeli border has witnessed tensions and intermittent firing between Israeli forces on one side and Hezbollah and Palestinian factions on the other. These incidents resulted in deaths and injuries on both sides.