Following the attack on United Nations Military Observers near Rmeich on Saturday morning, the southern front has once again ignited.

An Israeli drone targeted a Lebanese army base near Aita al-Shaab, without causing any injuries.

Israeli airstrikes targeted the villages of Hanine (in the Bint Jbeil district), Taybeh, Chihine and Jebbayn.

Israeli artillery bombardments also struck residential neighborhoods in Dhayra, as well as Yarine, Tayr Harfa, Hamames, and Khiam.

Additionally, Hezbollah announced targeting Israeli positions in Kherbet Maer, Al-Raheb, and Roueissat al-Alam, as well as a building housing Israeli soldiers in the Admit settlement. Hezbollah also claimed responsibility for attacking a radar post in the Shebaa Farms and a drone strike against the headquarters of the Western Brigade in Yaara.

According to Israeli media, two anti-tank missiles were launched from Lebanon towards the village of Admit in the Upper Galilee, causing damage.