Israeli attacks persisted along the southern border on Monday afternoon.

The Israeli army announced in a statement on Monday that it simultaneously targeted 10 sites belonging to Hezbollah in Rachaya al-Foukhar. These sites include weapon storage facilities, missile launch pads and infrastructure.

On the other hand, Hezbollah claimed three attacks on Ruwaisat al-Alam in the Kfarchouba Hills, the Baghdadi site and the Mtelleh site “with suitable weapons and direct hits.”

Reports indicated that intermittent artillery shelling targeted the al-Randa area located between the towns of Rmeish and Aita al-Shaab. Additionally, the Israeli army bombarded the outskirts of the towns of Rachaya al-Foukhar, Fardis in the Hasbaya district, Habboush, the Hamames hill east of Marjayoun, Dibel and Hanine in the Bint Jbeil district with two air-to-ground missiles.

The National News Agency (NNA) later reported that the strike on Hanine resulted in the injury of the citizen A. Abbas, who was transported to a nearby hospital.

On Monday afternoon, Israeli aircraft flew at a high altitude over the city of Hermel and intensively at a low altitude over Keserwan and Metn.

The Israeli army carried out a raid on the outskirts of the village of Hebbariyeh in the Hasbaya district on Monday morning. The area between Rachaya al-Foukhar, Fardis and the Hamames hill was also targeted with Israeli shells.