Three Hezbollah fighters were killed on Saturday in an Israeli raid on a house in Jebbayn. According to sources close to the pro-Iranian group, as reported by AFP, two other fighters “were seriously wounded.”

On Saturday, artillery exchanges between Hezbollah and Israel intensified in the early afternoon, with the Israeli Army conducting a raid on a house in Kfar Kila, where, according to preliminary information, one person was killed.

The Israeli Army also announced that it had carried out an airstrike on a Hezbollah military building in Aita al-Shaab. Furthermore, it bombed Mays al-Jabal, Dhayra, Tallet Hamames, and the outskirts of Kfarshouba, Kfar Hamam, Rashaya al-Foukhar, and Hebbariyeh.

Simultaneously, alarm sirens sounded in many settlements in the Upper Galilee. According to Israeli Channel 12, “two rockets launched from southern Lebanon fell in an open area of the Upper Galilee without causing casualties.”

Meanwhile, Hezbollah claimed, in a series of statements, attacks on positions in Hadeb Yarin, Raheb, Roueissat el-Alam in Kfarchouba, and Hanita, as well as against gatherings of Israeli soldiers in northern Israel. It also announced targeting two military buildings in Metoula and two others in Shlomi in response to Israeli attacks on the villages of Aita al-Shaab, Kfar Kila, and Jebbayn.

In additional news, Israel has accused Hezbollah of planting mines in Rmeich, one of which exploded as a UN observer vehicle passed by on March 30th.

Israeli Army spokesman Avichay Adrae stated on Saturday that “according to expert analysis, it appears that the mine neutralized by the Lebanese Army in the Rmeich area on April 5th, and photos of which were published, was planted by Hezbollah.”

He explained that the photos show that the type of mine, detonator, and firing mechanism “are typical of those used by Hezbollah.”

Accompanying his statement on his X account with several photos of anti-personnel mines “planted by Hezbollah in recent years,” Adrae presented “additional evidence on the mine” that exploded as UN observers passed and “which Hezbollah also planted.”