The Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, inflicted heavy blows on the Zionist settlements in northern occupied Palestine, turning them into ghost towns and paralyzing them completely.

Iran Press/ West Asia:  According to Al-Ahed News, media outlets of the Israeli regime published figures concerning the ongoing war between the regime forces and Hezbollah fighters, who inflicted heavy blows on all economic, social, and tourism aspects of the lives of settlers in northern occupied territories, in particular agriculture.

The two settlements of Shlomi and Kiryat Shemona in the Isba al-Jalil region in northern occupied Palestine suffered the most damage, standing at half a million shekel losses (each Israeli shekel equals $0.27).

The Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that the financial damage from the war in Gaza on the regime’s trade and financial projects is estimated at $6 billion.

David Azoulay, the head of the Metula settlement council, acknowledged that around 100,000 settlers are living outside their settlements following the attacks by Lebanon’s Hezbollah.

The Israeli regime’s media outlets assessed the damage to agriculture at $131 million, noting that food prices increased 30 percent. The tourism sector’s income has also decreased by nearly 73 percent. 

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