Hezbollah Fires Dozens of Rockets At Israel From Lebanon

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Israel in Brief: Hezbollah fires dozens of rockets to Israel. Reaction to killing of leader. Developments in ticker from January 6th
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Hezbollah reports massive shelling of Israel. Reaction to killing of leader. All developments in the Middle East in the news ticker from January 6th

The Essentials in Israel in Brief

  • Hezbollah says it fired rockets from Lebanon at Israel.
  • The Shiite militia said the attack was an “initial response” to the killing of the Islamist Hamas’ second-highest leader abroad, Saleh al-Aruri.
  • The Israeli army confirmed the attack. One of the launch sites in Lebanon came under fire. 

The Shiite militia Hezbollah said it fired a total of 62 rockets from Lebanon into Israel on Friday. That was more than on previous days since the Gaza war began at the beginning of October. The target of the attack was a military base near the town of Meron in northern Israel, the militia allied with Iran and the Islamist Hamas in the Gaza Strip added.

The attack was an “initial response” to the killing of the second most senior leader of the Islamist Hamas abroad, Saleh al-Aruri , on Tuesday in Beirut, Hezbollah emphasized. Hezbollah sees Israel behind the crime. However, the militia has been shelling the country almost daily from Lebanon since the beginning of the Gaza war with the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7th.

Israel confirms Hezbollah attack

The Israeli army confirmed the attack near Meron and spoke of around 40 projectiles that had been identified as they approached Israel. One of the launch sites in Lebanon came under fire. Lebanese security circles said that the Christian village of Rmesh in southern Lebanon was also heavily shelled by Israel. Fighter aircraft would also bombard the towns of Hula and Jarun.

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