An Israeli drone attack on Naqoura on Tuesday caused the death of a civilian, Saleh Mahdi, who was an employee at the Lebanese Water Corporation. Another drone targeted an empty building in Kfar Kila and destroyed it. The village of Khiam was also under Israeli fire.

Hezbollah announced that it targeted a building used by Israeli soldiers in the site of Metula.

Hezbollah had previously declared that “in response to the Zionist enemy’s attack on the Bekaa region, it shelled the headquarters of the artillery regiment and the armored brigade of the 210th Golan Division in the Yarden barracks with dozens of Katyusha rockets.”

Last night, three Hezbollah members were killed as nine Israeli missiles hit a convoy of oil tankers and a building in the Hosh al-Sayyed Ali locality in the Hermel district. The building was completely destroyed.

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.”

Later, the pro-Iranian group issued a statement mourning, Bilal Wajih Alaadine, born in 1984 from Majdel Silm, Abbad Mohammed Nasser, born in 1979 from Tayrfalce, and Hadi Fouad Moussa born in 1983 from Shebaa.

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.”

Moreover, Israeli media reported “fire breaking out at several points in the north, resulting from shrapnels of interceptor missiles,” revealing that “8 firefighting teams are working to extinguish fires that broke out because of the recent shelling from the south.”

Earlier today, 40 rockets fired from the south toward the Galilee and Upper Galilee were reported.