Israel attacked Lebanon and sent 60 Fighter Planes to Gaza.
According to Al Jazeera, the Israeli military has fired at least 20 rockets at the Lebanese village of Kfar Shuba in southern Lebanon. There is no information about casualties and destruction, but today we will follow in detail what is happening on the Israeli-Lebanese border. The Israeli missiles aimed at Lebanon are attempts by radical Palestinians to fire rockets at Israel.
According to Israel, the Lebanese side has had at least six failed missile attacks. Instructions are currently being issued to residents of some Lebanese villages near the Israeli-Lebanese border to evacuate. The Israeli Ministry of Defense confirmed the information about attacked Lebanese settlements, emphasizing that it had sent low-flying planes and drones into Lebanese airspace.
Meanwhile, the Israeli Defense Forces confirmed that early Tuesday morning, 60 Israeli planes attacked 65 Hamas targets in Gaza, dropping more than 100 bombs in an attempt to destroy additional tunnels under Gaza, known as the “Hamas subway.” The attack took place at 3:45 this morning and lasted just over 30 minutes.
On the other side of the barricade, Hamas fired more than 90 rockets at Israel at night. According to information from a field source, 20 of these missiles exploded in Gaza. The IDF says it has intercepted dozens of these missiles but did not specify precisely how many. Hamas launches rockets at Israel with larger warheads.
Larger warheads, which cause more significant damage and have great destructive power, have begun to install the Palestinian political-military movement Hamas on their missiles, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned, citing its field sources.
The same information was confirmed hours later by Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) spokesman Jonathan Conricus. “The general trend is larger warheads and increased range,” he said during an online briefing.
However, military experts say that Hamas’ move will not be successful, and the results are already visible. Many missiles fired from Gaza crash into Gaza precisely because of the larger volume of the warhead. For this reason, it made them much less effective than previous Palestinian rockets.
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