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SECURITY UPDATE: ENEMY RECONNAISSANCE DRONES, WARPLANES STRIKE BORDER VILLAGE IN SOUTHERN LEBANON OVERNIGHT

SECURITY UPDATE: ENEMY RECONNAISSANCE DRONES, WARPLANES STRIKE BORDER VILLAGE IN SOUTHERN LEBANON OVERNIGHT

Israeli enemy reconnaissance aircraft flew over southern Lebanon’s western and central sectors, reaching the Litani River, from night until early morning on Thursday, amidst continued launching of illuminating bombs over the border villages adjacent to the Blue Line.

The enemy’s warplanes raided at 10:00 pm last night Ayta Al-Shaab and Marwahine, resulting in significant damage to properties and crops.

They also raided the southern Lebanese town of Al-Dhaira, targeting an uninhabited house, leading to its destruction, and damaging the electricity network.

Civil defense teams evacuated a number of citizens from Al-Dhaira to hospitals in Tyre, due to breathing difficulties and suffocation following a raid on the town.

An airstrike on southern Lebanon’s Yarin outskirts ignited a fire in the targeted location.

It is worth mentioning that hostile airstrikes are causing air pollution during and after the bombing, leading to skin rashes, breathing difficulties, and suffocation.

Source: National News Agency –
Lebanon