The Lebanon front is slowly heating up as Hezbollah keeps up strikes on Israeli posts across the border with Lebanon.
So far on Friday, the Hezbollah’s Islamic Resistance announced six strikes on several Israeli targets near the border with Lebanon.
In four separate statements, Hezbollah’s Military Media Center announced that the Islamic Resistance targeted gatherings of Israeli occupation soldiers near Al-Taihat Triangle, Al-Marj and Ramim Barracks, at 10:30 on Friday.
The strikes have been “in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and in solidarity with their brave and honorable resistance,” read the statement, carried by Al-Manar.
“Direct casualties as our fighters targeted a gathering of Israeli occupation soldiers with appropriate weapons at 10:30,” the first statement read.
Meanwhile at 10:30, the Islamic resistance fighters targeted a gathering of Israeli soldiers near Al-Marj Post, causing direct casualties, according to the second statement.
The third strike, also at 10:30, hit another Israeli gathering near the Ramim Barracks (the Lebanese occupied town of Hounin), the third statement read.
Later at 11:30, another strike targeted Al-Malikiyeh Israeli site , acocrding to the fourth statement.
The fifth strike targeted an Israeli gathering in teh settlement of Yaraon at 13:05, a statement released by Hezbollah Military Media Center read.
The Lebanese resistance movement also struck yet another Israeli gathering in Dhaira Israeli post at 13:25, the sixth statement read, noting that the attack caused direct casualties.
The seventh statement indicated that the fighters of the Islamic Resistance targeted Al-Assi site at 02:40 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using appropriate weapons and achieved direct hits.
In support of our steadfast Palestinian people in Gaza and in solidarity with their brave and honorable resistance, Islamic Resistance fighters targeted a location in Birket Risha at 02:55 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using appropriate weapons, and causing direct hits, according to the eighth statement.
The ninth statement noted that the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted an assembly of Israeli occupation soldiers in the vicinity of Al-Raheb site at 03:00 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using appropriate weapons, causing confirmed injuries.
The tenth statement pointed out that the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted an assembly of Israeli occupation soldiers in the vicinity of Al-Mutela site at 02:00 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using two assault drones, causing confirmed injuries.
The Islamic Resistance fighters struck a fortified group of special forces from the Israeli occupation army stationed in Al-Manara forest at 03:30 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using appropriate weapons, causing confirmed hits, according to the eleventh statement.
The twelfth statement stressed that the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted a tank near the headquarters of the 91st Brigade in Branit at 4:35 PM on Friday, November 17, 2023, using appropriate weapons, achieving a direct hit.
The thirteenth statement underscored that the Islamic Resistance fighters targeted Ruwaisat Al-Alam site at 7:00 PM on Friday, achieving direct hits using appropriate weapons.
Hezbollah military media released a video that illustrates Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah’s assertion that the final say will be for the battlefield.
Earlier on Thursday, Hezbollah struck eight targets in the occupied territories, inflicting losses upon the Israeli occupation.
Late Thursday, Hezbollah’s Military Media Center published videos showing some of the Islamic Resistance’s strikes on Israeli border posts on Thursday.
The first video showed the Lebanese resistance movement’s strikes on posts of Al-Bayyad, Hormon and Jal Al-Alam.
The second video displayed Hezbollah’s strike which targeted a Merkava tank near Branit Barracks with guided missiles.
The following infographic illustrates the timeline of the Resistance attacks on Thursday and Friday:
Another timeline shows the timeline of the Israeli attacks on the outskirts of the South Lebanon towns and villages on Thursday and Friday:
Source: Al-Manar English Website