Israel strikes Hezbollah commander, terrorists retaliate with 30 rockets from Lebanon

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The recent conflict between Israel and Hamas has led to increased tensions in the Middle East. The Israeli army reported that a plane attacked a “Hezbollah commander” in southern Lebanon, accusing the terrorist of being involved in cross-border rocket attacks. This attack came after four months of clashes, marking the worst outbreak of border violence since the war in 2006.

A Lebanese security source confirmed that a military officer of the Iran-backed terrorist group was “seriously injured” in an Israeli airstrike against a car in the city of Nabatiyeh. Israel claimed the target was involved in launching rockets toward northern Israel. In response, Hezbollah claimed to have attacked an air control base with a missile.

Following the attack on the Hezbollah commander, about thirty rockets were fired towards northern Israel from Lebanon. The Israeli army confirmed the rocket fire and stated that no injuries were reported. Hezbollah has claimed responsibility for multiple attacks against Israeli military targets, including missile and rocket launches.

The ongoing conflict has resulted in casualties on both sides, with 227 people, mostly Hezbollah fighters, and 27 civilians killed in southern Lebanon. On the Israeli side, 15 people have died, and tens of thousands of residents on both sides of the border have been displaced.

The war between Israel and Hamas, which began in October, has escalated tensions in the Middle East. Hezbollah has been supporting Hamas by bombing Israeli army positions on the border, while Israel has responded by targeting locations in southern Lebanon.

The ongoing conflict has resulted in casualties on both sides, with 227 people, mostly Hezbollah fighters, and 27 civilians killed in southern Lebanon. On the Israeli side, 15 people have died, and tens of thousands of residents on both sides of the border have been displaced.

The ongoing conflict has resulted in casualties on both sides, with 227 people, mostly Hezbollah fighters, and 27 civilians killed in southern Lebanon. On the Israeli side, 15 people have died, and tens of thousands of residents on both sides of the border have been displaced. The situation remains tense as both sides continue to engage in violent exchanges.

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