Monday, July 27, 2020

Israel And Hezbollah Exchange Fire Across Lebanon Border

BBC: Israel and Hezbollah trade fire across Lebanon border

The Israeli army and fighters from the Lebanese Shia militia Hezbollah have traded fire across the border.

An Israeli army spokesperson said there was "ongoing combat" in the Mount Dov area, part of the Israeli-occupied Syrian Golan Heights.

He said there were no Israeli casualties. There has been no official word about injuries from Lebanon.

The area has been tense for days after a Hezbollah fighter was killed in an alleged Israeli air strike in Syria.

Israel, which has neither confirmed nor denied it carried out the strike in the early hours of last Monday, had warned Hezbollah not to retaliate.

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WNU Editor: Hezbollah is saying that all-out no war with Israel is unlikely in the coming months .... Hezbollah says all-out war with Israel unlikely in coming months (Reuters). More here .... Hezbollah says war unlikely as Israel braces for the group's attack (CGTN).

More News On Israel And Hezbollah Exchanging Fire Across The Lebanon Border

Hezbollah fighters battle Israeli troops on northern frontier -- Al Jazeera
IDF says it foiled Hezbollah attack along Lebanese border; no Israeli injuries -- Times of Israel
Israeli Army Says Thwarted Hezbollah Infiltration Attempt Along Lebanon Border -- Haaretz
Live Updates: Exchange of Fire Reported on Israel's Northern Border Amid Rising Regional Tensions -- Sputnik

1 comment:

Jac said...

These people are a lot on words, but very shy on action.