IP- The Lebanese Hezbollah says it struck Israeli “spy equipment” at ar-Ramtha and Ruwaisat al-Alam sites in the Shebaa Farms, a Lebanese area occupied by Israel in the 1967 war.

Iran Press/ West Asia: Hezbollah also said it hit an air control base in Mount Meron, northern Israel, in response to the Israeli regime’s air strike on the vicinity of Baalbek on Monday.

The Israeli army said in a statement that it carried out strikes against Hezbollah sites in southern Lebanon, hitting what it said was a Hezbollah compound and other infrastructure in Jebchit, al-Mansouri and other villages in south Lebanon.

The regime's army also shelled an area near Yaroun.

The exchange of fire between Hezbollah and the Israeli regime began after the Israeli attack on Gaza began on October 7.

Hezbollah and other resistance groups, including in Yemen and Iraq, have announced that they will continue their attacks on Israeli targets until the end of the killing of Palestinians in Gaza.


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