Hezbollah hits Israeli missile defense system with drone

Lebanon's Hezbollah has conducted drone attacks against Israeli positions and hit the regime's missile defense system in Beit Hillel military base in northern occupied territories.

According to the statement released on Tuesday, the Islamic Resistance fighters launched an aerial attack with two unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) against Israeli positions and targeted the missile defense system in Beit Hillel, Lebanon’s Al Manar TV channel reported.

It added that the attack successfully hit the Iron Dome platforms, causing casualties among its crew, and leaving them dead and wounded.

Israeli Channel 12 reported that drones fell in the Galilee, adding that 3 firefighting teams were working to extinguish a fire that broke out in the area

Also, Hezbollah targeted a gathering of “Israeli” enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Birket Risha military site in northern occupied Palestine with rocket weapons.

In another statement, Hezbollah announced that its fighters targeted the Al-Samaqa site in the occupied Lebanese Kfarshouba Hills with artillery shells.

In addition, in response to the Israeli attacks on the safe villages, the most recent of which was Ai Baal, the Islamic Resistance fighters bombarded the Beit Hillel base with Katyusha missiles.

In support of the Palestinian people and resistance in Gaza and in light of the Israeli aggression on the various South Lebanon villages, the Islamic Resistance continued striking the Zionist occupation sites near Lebanon border.

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