Amid the Israeli bombardment of villages in southern Lebanon, Hizbullah fighters attacked a gathering of Israeli soldiers near the Al-Marj position on the border.
They also attacked concentrations of IDF troops in the Al Tayhat triangle and in the vicinity of the Ramim barracks, in the occupied Lebanese village of Hunin.
Israeli media reported mortar fire from Lebanon towards the Galilee and stated that settlements adjacent to the border strip cannot send or receive communications after most of the cell towers were damaged by Hizbullah.
The Iraqi Resistance, for its part, attacked the US Hareer base in the north of the nation with drones, as part of its actions in support of Gaza.
The US Department of Defense reported this week that US forces stationed in Iraq and Syria were subject to 55 attacks in one month, wounding 59 soldiers.
The member of the Supreme Political Council of the Ansar Allah movement, Muhammad Ali al-Houthi, reaffirmed that Yemeni drones and missiles reached their targets, and said that the claims by the United States and other countries that they have intercepted projectiles and drones launched from Yemen are incorrect.
According to experts, Yemeni missiles can hit US bases in the Gulf countries, the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, while the Iraqi resistance is capable of attacking US bases on the border with Syria; Lebanon’s Hizbullah and Syrian forces, for their part, can reach any point in historic Palestine.