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Lebanese Resistance Fires Barrage of Rockets on Israeli Military Base

The Lebanese Resistance movement has effectively fired dozens of rockets at “Israeli” military sites in the northern occupied territories following the Israeli regime’s ongoing onslaught in Gaza.

According to Lebanese media sources, The resistance forces fired rockets at Haziv Kibbutz, situated in the Western Galilee on the coastal highway between Nahariya and the Lebanese border, on Monday March. 4, 2024.

The statement added that the rocket fire was a retaliatory attack to recent “Israeli” strikes on “southern villages and civilian homes,” including an attack on a civil defense center at al-Adisa town in southern Lebanon.

The Islamic Health Committee stated three of its paramedics were killed “directly” as result of the Israeli attack on the civil defense center.

The Lebanese resistance also revealed that it had carried out a precision strike against a convoy of “Israeli” military vehicles inside al-Baghdadi outpost, leading to the injury of several troops.

A total of 30 rockets were fired from Lebanese territory towards the Western Galilee region. 

Following the intensity of the retaliatory attacks, Israeli media confirmed that there was a power outage in multiple areas, claiming that “projectiles had damaged an electrical transformer.”

The Israeli regime has been attacking southern Lebanon since October 8th, 2023, in defense of its deadly war against Gaza, killing more than 30,000 Palestinians.

Around 280 people have been killed since then, including 44 civilians. 

The Israeli regime on the other hand has lost 10 troopers and seven settlers.

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