The Israeli army indicated on Monday that “alarms in Haifa were apparently caused by a misdiagnosis.” Israeli media also stated that “sirens sounded in settlements which were not evacuated.”

Earlier, Israeli media declared that “a Hezbollah drone reached Haifa for the first time since the beginning of the war,” describing the event as “exceptional.”

The Israeli army later announced “detecting an aerial target and intercepting it over the sea off the coast of Haifa.”

Sirens also sounded in the northern port city of Haifa, warning of possible missile strikes, according to the Israeli army.


Israeli media also revealed that “the past 24 hours were intense, with a large number of suicide drones and anti-armor missiles launched.” Israeli media also affirmed that Hezbollah launched “volcano” rockets towards the Biranit area.

“Three Hezbollah members were killed by nine Israeli missiles that targeted a convoy of oil tankers and a building in the Hosh al-Sayyed Ali locality” in the Hermel district, which was completely destroyed, a military source told AFP, adding that three people were wounded.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Israeli airstrikes targeted a convoy of trucks near the Qusair area on the border between Syria and Lebanon, which is controlled by Hezbollah on both the Syrian and Lebanese sides.

The Britain-based war monitor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, revealed that “a total of five people were killed in the Israeli strike.”

“Three Syrians working with Hezbollah and two Lebanese were killed in an Israeli strike targeting a convoy of tankers entering Lebanon on the border with Syria” monitor director Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP.

Later, the pro-Iranian group, issued statements mourning three fighters.

In addition, the Israeli army announced that its “fighter jets struck a military complex of the Hezbollah 4400 unit, the logistical reinforcement unit of the party.”

For its part, Hezbollah announced “shelling Yarden barracks, with Katyusha rockets, in response to the enemy attack on the Bekaa region.”

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