The southern front flared up again on Tuesday afternoon following the death of Abou al-Fadl Karnbach, Hassan Nasrallah’s former bodyguard, in an Israeli strike on his car on the Beirut-Damascus road. 

The pro-Iranian group swiftly retaliated, launching a barrage of rockets towards the Golan, targeting the Kilaa base. According to Israeli army radio, at least two people were killed and another was seriously injured in a missile strike on a vehicle in the Golan.

Hezbollah also announced that it had targeted surveillance equipment at the Israeli position of Hadb Yarine, as well as a military building in the Manara settlement and the headquarters of the 210th Troop Command in the Nafah base in the Golan.

Meanwhile, Hezbollah’s war media released a second video on Tuesday, allegedly taken by the Hodhod drone. The video shows aerial reconnaissance footage of Israeli intelligence bases, headquarters, and army camps in the Golan. The group had previously released the footage in June last year, which was recorded in Israeli territory by the same drone that has since become a source of pride for Hezbollah propaganda.

In parallel, Israeli strikes on villages in southern Lebanon have not ceased. Israeli artillery bombardments on Rab al-Thalathine wounded three people, while other attacks targeted Aita al-Shaab, Dhaira, Alma al-Shaab, Toulines, Rachaya, and Fraydis.