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ENEMY WARPLANES BREACH SOUND BARRIER OVER TYRE VILLAGES, CAUSE PANIC AND DESTRUCTION

ENEMY WARPLANES BREACH SOUND BARRIER OVER TYRE VILLAGES, CAUSE PANIC AND DESTRUCTION


The Israeli enemy warplanes on breached the sound barrier at around 9 p.m. on Tuesday evening above the villages of southern Lebanon’s Tyre district, causing a tremendous boom that led to panic and the shattering of windows in several homes in the towns of Siddiqine and Qana.

Earlier in the evening, the enemy fired several heavy artillery shells on the outskirts of Dhaira, Tyre Harfa, Shamaa, and Ayta Al-Shaab. Enemy reconnaissance aircraft flew over several southern villages in the western and central sectors, extending all the way to the Litani River until the early morning hours.

Hostile warplanes continued to fly at night, while the Israeli enemy launched incendiary bombs on Mount Labouneh and illuminating bombs over the bordering villages adjacent to the Blue Line in the districts of Tyre and Bint Jbeil.

Our correspondent highlighted that the recent airstrikes conducted by the hostile warplanes on residential buildings have caused immense, unexpected damage, resulting in the destruction of the targete
d houses and inflicting damage on dozens of surrounding homes, in addition to the non-material damage to crops and infrastructure.

It is worth mentioning that the displacement crisis is worsening, with displaced individuals suffering from a severe shortage of life necessities.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon