The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation reported, this evening, Wednesday, that Israeli Air Force forces attacked the locations of the Hezbollah launch pad, from which rockets were launched at the Kiryat Shmona settlement. The channel reported on its website that Israeli army forces also attacked military infrastructure belonging to Hezbollah. Lebanese Hezbollah. Earlier today, Wednesday, the Israeli Air Force launched raids on Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon. The Israeli army said, in a statement, that “the planes bombed an ammunition depot, a weapons production site, and Hezbollah military buildings.” In the areas of Khirbet Salam and Ramiya in southern Lebanon. Lebanon’s southern border has witnessed intermittent exchanges of fire between the Israeli army and Hezbollah since the start of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip on October 7. The pace of Israeli bombing of Lebanese border villages and towns has escalated. The Israeli army targeted many civilian homes, leading to the killing of civilians, including children. In return, Hezbollah expanded its operations on Israeli sites and settlements. Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip are still continuing, since October 7, 2023, when Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, announced the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood.”

Thousands of rockets were fired from Gaza at Israel, and its forces stormed Israeli settlements adjacent to the Strip, causing the death of about 1,200 Israelis, in addition to the capture of about 250 others. Israel responded by officially declaring war on the Gaza Strip, starting it with devastating bombing and then ground military operations inside the Strip. The attack resulted in The Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip has, so far, resulted in about 30,000 dead and 70,000 wounded, the majority of whom are children and women, who arrived in hospitals, while more than 7,000 are still missing under the rubble resulting from the continuous bombing throughout the Strip.