The party explained, in a series of statements, that “members of the Islamic Resistance (Hezbollah) bombed a gathering of Israeli army soldiers in the Hunin Citadel with missile weapons and caused direct hits, and another gathering in the Mitat Barracks, as well as a gathering in the vicinity of the Al-Marj site, and they targeted spy equipment in the Hadab site.” Yarin with appropriate weapons and hit it directly. They also bombed an Israeli police building in the Kiryat settlement, and took control of an Israeli “Skylark” drone, which was in good technical condition. They also bombed the Ruwaisat al-Alam site in the occupied Lebanese Shebaa Farms with missile weapons and investigated casualties. “Directly.” Hezbollah had also announced in 7 statements yesterday, Monday, that it had targeted 7 Israeli army sites and concentration points for its soldiers near the southern Lebanese border. The Israeli army has continued military operations against the Gaza Strip, since the 7th of last October. When the Palestinian Hamas movement, which controls the Gaza Strip, announced the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” in which thousands of rockets were fired from Gaza at Israel and its forces stormed Israeli settlements adjacent to the Gaza Strip, causing the death of about 1,200 Israelis in addition to the capture of about 250 others. The battles included a truce that lasted. 7 days were reached through Egyptian, Qatari and American mediation, during which prisoners of women and children were exchanged and agreed upon amounts of aid were brought into the Gaza Strip, before military operations were renewed, on the first of last December. Israel responded by officially declaring war on the Gaza Strip. It began with devastating bombing, then ground military operations inside the Gaza Strip, resulting in more than 28,000 dead and more than 68,000 injured among the residents of the Gaza Strip. Nasrallah: Whoever threatens us with expansion of the war, we threaten him with expansion as well.