The Occupation Bombs Area in South Lebanon
Al-Mayadeen reporter stated that two missiles were fired from the city of Tyre towards occupied Palestine and the occupation army announced that "the occupation's artillery bombed the south of Lebanon."
Al-Mayadeen correspondent reported, at dawn today, Tuesday, that two missiles were fired from Sahl al-Qilayeh in the city of Tyre, south Lebanon, towards northern occupied Palestine.
Our correspondent said that sirens went off in the north of occupied Palestine. In response, the Israeli occupation fired several artillery shells at the northern part of Naqoura, south of Lebanon.
The Israeli occupation army announced that it bombed Lebanon with artillery fire "in response to missile attacks carried out from Lebanese territory."
The occupation army spokesman, Avichai Adraee, pointed out that "the warnings went off in the western Galilee region after the launch of two missiles ."
Regarding the rockets launched from southern Lebanon, Israeli media quoted Defense Minister Benny Gantz saying that "Lebanon bears responsibility for the rockets launched this morning," adding: "We will work to confront every threat.
And at the beginning of last week, the Israeli occupation army announced the fall of an Israeli drone inside Lebanese territory “due to a technical malfunction.”
A spokesman for the Israeli occupation army wrote in a tweet, "An IDF drone fell inside Lebanese territory, during a normal activity, due to a technical malfunction."
On July 14, the Israeli "Walla" website wrote that "according to Israeli occupation army calculations, Hezbollah has 150,000 missiles of various types."
He continued, "during the next confrontation with Hezbollah, the Israeli army estimates around 1,000 to 3,000 rockets will launch per day."