Lebanon's Hezbollah launched drone strikes on a command center of the Israeli regime.

Iran Press/ West Asia:  Lebanon's Hezbollah announced in a statement on Saturday: "To support the oppressed Palestinian people in the Gaza strip and also to support the brave Palestinian resistance, the command center of the Zionist regime located in the Liman area in the north of occupied Palestine was targeted by the Lebanese Hezbollah drones."

Palestinian resistance fighters also shot down an Israeli Hermes 900 drone in the city of Beit Lahia in the north of the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, Al Mayadeen said an Israeli drone strike killed three people in south Lebanon on Saturday.

The men were killed when the car they were in was targeted on a coastal road near the town of Naqoura, the sources said.

With the start of the "Al-Aqsa Flood" operation by the Palestinian resistance groups, Lebanon's Hezbollah, in support of the Palestinian people, has reduced the pressure on the resistance in Gaza and in response to the attacks of the Zionist regime, has carried out daily and heavy operations against the targets of the Israeli regime inside the occupied Palestinian territory. 

About 5 months have passed since the Israeli war on Gaza; the number of people martyred in Gaza exceeded 30,000. The US Secretary of Defense acknowledged that more than 25,000 women and children have so far been killed in the Gaza Strip since October 7. 219

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