Publish dateTuesday 18 June 2024 - 12:40
Story Code : 292153
According to the spokesman of the Zionist army, Lebanon's Hezbollah has fired more than 5,000 anti-tank missiles and drones at Zionist targets after the start of the Al-Aqsa Storm operation. At the same time, the Ministry of War of the Zionist regime has announced the allocation of more funds to counter Hezbollah attacks.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Daniel Hagari, the spokesman of the Zionist regime army during a press interview, confirmed this news and added: the increasing attacks of Hezbollah push us to the threshold of a wider escalation of operations, and this can have devastating consequences on Lebanon.
According to Anatolia news agency, Hagari also stated that Hezbollah in Lebanon is intensifying its attacks against the Zionist regime.
So far, Lebanese Hezbollah has not reacted to these statements.
Eight months of unbridled war, widespread killing, destruction and suffering in Gaza have attracted the world's attention, but across the northern border of the occupied Palestinian territories with Lebanon, the Zionist regime has been engaged in a much quieter war with the Lebanese resistance.
In the past few weeks, the conflicts have intensified and the Lebanese Hezbollah is using more advanced weapons to fire deep into the occupied territories. Last week, Lebanon's Hezbollah fired a massive barrage of rockets in its latest operation.
According to ISNA, UN officials previously warned about a "calculation error" on the border between the occupied territories and Lebanon; 2 UN officials based in Lebanon have warned that there is a very real threat of miscalculation that could lead to a wider war, as cross-border clashes between Hezbollah and Israel continue to intensify.
Meanwhile, in the latest action, the Ministry of War of the Zionist regime has allocated millions of shekels (the currency of the regime) to deal with the drones that Hezbollah fires against its targets in the occupied territories.
The Hebrew newspaper "Yediot Ahronot" published this report and wrote that this allocation of funds is for inventing and creating a solution to confront Hezbollah's drones, which have caused a lot of damage and casualties.
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