• In the past 24 hours, Hezbollah claimed responsibility for 18 attacks against Israel using high-trajectory fire (including Grad and Falaq rockets), anti-tank missiles, and suicide UAVs.

  • In addition, there were two events of UAV infiltration into Israeli territory in the Upper Galilee and Mevo’ot HaHermon region for which no responsibility was claimed.

  • Yesterday (May 26), The IDF carried out several strikes in southern Lebanon in Naqoura, Houla, Ayta ash-Shab, and Beit Jbeil, resulting in the killing of 7 Hezbollah Terrorists.

  • In response to these attacks, Hezbollah carried out yesterday several attacks against Israel focusing on civilian targets. These attacks targeted the communities of Margaliot, Avivim, Snir and Yiftah, and the city of Kiryat Shmona.

  • In the attacks on the communities of Margaliot, Avivim, and Snir Hezbollah launched anti-tank missiles, causing severe damage to civilian houses.

  • In the attack on Kiryat Shmona, Hezbollah launched dozens of Grad and Falaq rockets, injuring three people and causing severe damage to property and infrastructure.
  • In the attack on the Yiftah region Hezbollah launched Grad rockets causing a fire around the Dishon community.
  • This morning (May 27), Hezbollah carried out a combined attack around the Malkia region using anti-tank missiles, High-trajectory fire, and an armed UAV.

  • In the past 24 hours, the IDF also struck Hezbollah terrorist infrastructures, compounds, and weapon warehouses around Yaroun, Meiss El Jabal, Khiam, Hula, and Aitaroun.

  • Attached below is a photo of the damage caused to a house in the Avivim community, a video of a rocket hitting near a house in the city of Kiryat Shmona, and a video of a fire around the Dishon community. All taken from social media (credit: unknown).
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Dana Polak Kanarik

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