PHOTOS - Fires still burning in South Lebanon 24 hours after “Israeli” airstrike

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Published: 2024-02-20 15:32

Last Updated: 2024-04-20 20:10


PHOTOS - Fires still burning in South Lebanon 24 hours after “Israeli” airstrike
PHOTOS - Fires still burning in South Lebanon 24 hours after “Israeli” airstrike

Photos taken in Sidon, south Lebanon show that fire is still raging at the site of an “Israeli” airstrike that allegedly targeted a Hezbollah weapons depot yesterday, Monday.

The Israeli Occupation forces (IOF) conducted airstrikes in south Lebanon and claimed that it hit a Hezbollah weapons depot - Spokesperson Daniel Hagari claimed yesterday in a press statement.

He added that the IOF’s airstrikes, which took place 30 kilometers from the border, were in retaliation to a Hezbollah drone attack that targeted the city of Tiberias which lies north of the Occupied Palestinian territories.


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Lebanon’s National News Agency (NNA) reported that the strikes targeted a warehouse where tires and electricity generators were manufactured.

The village of Al-Ghaziyeh and the outskirts of the Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp near the city of Sidon in southern Lebanon were targeted Monday - per Roya’s correspondent.

It also targeted the towns of Al-Adisa and Kafr Kila. Videos showed damages inside the Ain al-Hilweh refugee camp as a result.

Lebanese security sources reported eight minor injuries due to the targeting of the town of Al-Ghaziyeh, with fires still burning at the site of the attack.