Earlier this evening, Deputy Chairman of Hamas, Saleh Al-Arouri, along with three others, was targeted and killed in an aerial attack within the Dahieh neighborhood in Beirut. This event sends a clear message, indicating a focused effort on the Hamas leadership.


Yesterday evening, the IDF targeted multiple Hezbollah positions in Lebanon.

This morning, IAF carried out a targeted operation against Hezbollah’s terrorist infrastructure in the Yaroun region of South Lebanon.

Around the same time, two anti-tank missiles were launched from Lebanon towards the area of Shlomi in the Upper Galilee.

Following these events, an alert was sounded due to the detection of an unmanned aircraft launched toward the Upper Galilee. Additionally, alarms were activated in the vicinity of Misgav Am in the Upper Galilee, with no reported casualties.

At the same time, Hezbollah asserted responsibility for a suicidal UAV launch on an IDF base situated along the Lebanese border. Hezbollah also claimed responsibility for an attempted attack on Zarit, aimed at IDF soldiers. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.

Later today, Hezbollah launched rockets targeting Ramim Range and anti-tank missiles directed at Margaliot, both situated in the Upper Galilee. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.

During an address delivered by Minister of Defense Yoav Galant in Gaza, he articulated that the IDF is actively preparing and vigilantly monitoring the Northern Border.

Hezbollah organized a memorial in Sidon for the late Qasem Soleimani, attended by the Iranian Ambassador to Lebanon, Hezbollah and Hamas officials, city councilors, and journalists.

Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri strongly reiterates his unwavering commitment to the sustained presence of UNIFIL, in southern Lebanon. This commitment is aimed at supporting the Lebanese army in implementing Resolution 1701. Berri underscores the crucial role UNIFIL plays in safeguarding Lebanon from Israeli aggression.


Last night, the IDF identified five missile launches originating from Syria that landed in open areas within Israel. In an unexpected move, the IDF, typically cautious about claiming responsibility for attacks, retaliated by targeting a Syrian artillery army base, taking full responsibility for the attack.


In his address, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant highlighted the importance of securing the Salah-al-Din route to reinforce IDF achievements in the northern Gaza Strip while directing efforts towards Khan Younis.

The IDF is began the third phase of its operation in the Gaza strip, involving the withdrawal of several units from Gaza. The focus remains on maintaining military control over the northern part of the Gaza Strip with the intention of restricting civilian and militant movement. Additionally, the final phase aims to further dismantle Hamas’s infrastructure in Gaza while ensuring precision in the overall operation.

As per the IDF report, the initiatives carried out by the 460th Brigade resulted in the successful takeover of terrorist infrastructure strategically positioned within the residence of the Gaza Brigade Commander of Hamas. 


The USS Gerald Ford aircraft carrier, which has been stationed in the Eastern Mediterranean since the commencement of the conflict, is scheduled for redeployment to its home port. Taking its place will be the assault ship USS Bataan, accompanied by a contingent of warships.   

Ships from the Gerald R. Ford and Dwight D. Eisenhower Carrier Strike Groups (CSG), U.S. Sixth Fleet command ship USS Mount Whitney (LCC 20), and Italian Navy frigates Carlo Margottini (F 592) and Virginio Fasan (F 591) sail in formation in the Mediterranean Sea, Nov. 3, 2023.
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