Northern arena:

Earlier today, a launch was identified from Lebanon toward the community of Shomera in northern Israel, after which, IDF fighter jets struck terrorist infrastructure and military compounds belonging to the Hezbollah terrorist organization in Lebanon.

Furthermore, a terrorist cell operating in the Shtula area attempted to shoot an anti-tank missile against Israeli territory earlier today. The terrorist cell was struck by IDF soldiers. Moreover, IDF tanks attacked Hezbollah terrorist facilities in Lebanon.

At 14:07, Sirens sounded in the northern communities of Kiryat Shmona, Margaliot, Mizgav Am, Kfar Giladi, Tel Hai, and Manara, due to rocket fire from Lebanon. Soon after, an alert was sounded in the community of Yiftach as rockets were launched toward the area. The IDF struck the sources of the fire.

Altogether, in the above attacks, a total of 20 rockets were launched at Israel. No injuries were reported.

Since this morning, (20:00) Hezbollah has accepted responsibility for 3 attacks against Israeli outposts on the Lebanese border.

This morning, Hezbollah announced the fatality of another one of its combatants.

South/ Gaza:

In the past day, the Paratroopers Brigade Combat Team (BCT) eliminated many terrorists in the north of the Gaza Strip. The armored force of the brigade detected Hamas terrorists scouting the forces, firing at them, and eliminating them. In addition, the fighters searched a school complex that served as a central focus of the fighting of the Hamas Shuja’iyya Battalion.

The IDF is continuing operations against terrorists in Shuja’iyya, Jabalya, and Khan Yunis. IDF combat intelligence troops spotted a Hamas sniper firing from a building toward IDF troops. The troops directed the IAF to conduct a precise strike against the sniper inside the building.

Hamas terrorist use of the Kamal Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza. over 70 terrorists exited the hospital with weapons held over their heads. IDF and ISA captured the terrorists and transferred them for further questioning by the IDF 504 intelligence unit and the ISA.

These events further exemplify the malevolent manner in which Hamas uses civilians and even hospitals as human shields.

Iran:

Britain imposed sanctions today on eight Iranians, including Ismail Ka’ani, commander of the Quds Force in the Revolutionary Guards.

Yemen/Red Sea:

Australia is considering a US request to send a warship to the Red Sea as part of the campaign against the Houthis in Yemen.

UKMTO reported several incidents occurred today stating that the Houthis called on ships to change their sailing route towards Yemen. Earlier, the Houthis fired a missile at the Hong Kong-flagged “Maersk Gibraltar” container ship but missed. The ship was en route from the port of Salalah in Oman to the port of Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.

The Houthis forced a container ship that was on its way to Israel to change its sailing route and it is on its way to the coast of Yemen.

Political:

The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Mirjana Spoljaric, visited Israel today and met with families of abductees and with ministers Eli Cohen and Uriel Bosso. Spoljaric discussed the issue of visiting the abductees. 69 days the abductees are in Hamas captivity in horrendous conditions without any Red Cross visits.

Jake Sullivan, the national security adviser of the United States met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Saudi Arabia in order to prevent an escalation of the fighting: “Maintaining stability in the region, including efforts to deter the Houthis in the Red Sea.” According to reports, Sullivan also discussed normalization between Israel and Saudi Arabia.

Russian President Putin: What is happening in the Gaza Strip is a disaster, the war in Ukraine is nothing compared to what is happening there.

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