Daily Update June 3, 2024, 02:00 pm – Northern Arena

1. In the past 24 hours, #Hezbollah claimed responsibility for ten attacks against #Israel using high-trajectory fire (including Grad rockets), and anti-tank missiles.

2. In addition, there were two events of UAV infiltration into Israeli territory in Western Galilee and the city of Nahariya, for which no responsibility was claimed. In one of these events, the IDF failed to intercept the UAV, which explode in a public park and caused fires. Attached is a picture of the fire in Nahariya, taken from social media (credit: unknown).

3. Yesterday (June 3), Hezbollah launched dozens of Grad rockets toward the city of Katzrin, causing fires around the city. Hezbollah claimed the attack aimed at a military base and was in response to the IDF attack in the Beqaa a day earlier. Attached is a video of the fire around Katzrin, taken from social media (credit: unknown).

4. Yesterday, Hezbollah launched dozens of Grad rockets toward the city of Kiryat Shmona, hitting inside an industrial area in the city, injured two civilians, and causing severe damage.

5. Also yesterday, Hezbollah carried out two attacks on the community of Metula using high-trajectory fire. Attached is a photo of one of the attacks, taken from social media (credit: unknown).

6. The Islamic Resistance in #Iraq claimed responsibility for launching a UAV toward a vital target in Haifa. There are no further indications of the attack.

7. In the past 24 hours, #IDF struck several Hezbollah targets in southern Lebanon including weapon warehouses, compounds, and infrastructure around Meiss El Jabal, Houla, Ayta ash Shab, Tayr Harfa, Naqoura, Maroun El Ras, and Khiam. In addition, IDF soldiers shot artillery fire to remove a threat around Rachaya Al Foukhar.

8. A short while ago, there were reports in #Lebanon about IDF attacks in the Maison area of ​​the Beqaa.

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Dana Polak Kanarik

Dana Polak Kanarik

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    Biologists at Cambridge University and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in England find that color-blind men are extraordinary connoisseurs of khaki.
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