YEMEN Press Agency

Lebanese resistance raises goals bank, surprising Israeli enemy with new military tactic

SANAA, Nov. 07 (YPA) – The southern Lebanon front with occupied Palestine witnessed on Monday new developments in which simultaneous offensive operations by the Lebanese resistance, the Al-Qassam Brigades, and the Al-Quds Brigades in Lebanon emerged on the positions of the Israeli enemy.

As the Hebrew media acknowledged, the area of bombing expanded from southern Lebanon towards the northern regions for the first time, describing the bombing as “the furthest distance since the start of the war.”

The Lebanese Resistance (Hezbollah) announced this evening that it bombed the Al-Malikiyah and Jal Al-Deir sites and destroyed technical equipment at the Zionist Monk site by a missile attack.

Simultaneously, the Al-Qassam Brigades in Lebanon announced the bombing of the “Nahariya” settlement and south of Haifa in northern occupied Palestine with 16 missiles in response to the Zionist occupation’s massacres and aggression against the Gaza Strip.

During these resistance operations, Israeli media reported that “the area of bombing in the north expanded for the first time,” noting that “the bombing that the northern areas were subjected to from Lebanon was the farthest since the start of the war.”

The enemy media also stated that “for the first time, missiles have reached the skies of Kriut and Acre.” This came in conjunction with the occupation army’s announcement that it had monitored the launch of about 30 projectiles towards northern-occupied Palestine.

On Sunday, the Lebanese Resistance escalated its operations against the sites and settlements of the Zionist enemy army on the northern front, focusing on the sites of “Al-Dahaira, Miskav Am, Avivim Barracks, and the Jal Al-Deir site,” confirming direct hits. It also announced human losses among the Zionist enemy soldiers in an attack targeting a Zionist military vehicle at the Bayad Blida site with guided missiles.

As a result of this development in the strategy of the Lebanese resistance within the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood, the Israeli media did not hide their fears about the military capabilities of Hezbollah, which they described as having the initiative in the north and which worked to frustrate the enemy army and confine it to the defender’s position only.

The Hebrew media confirmed that Hezbollah “has the ability to reach very far in Israel.”

These methods revealed the increase and expansion of Hezbollah’s operations, which crossed the front line on the border into the depths of the north, while they also stated that “Hezbollah’s missile capability is equivalent to the strength of several European countries combined,” as the media said.

This development came as a practical translation of Hezbollah’s announcement last Thursday about a military trend in resistance operations that would change the scales quantitatively and qualitatively, which was stated by a member of the Central Council of the Lebanese Hezbollah, Sheikh Nabil Qaouk.