• July 21, 2024

Hizballah launches 200 rockets and a swarm of drones into Israel

 Hizballah launches 200 rockets and a swarm of drones into Israel



n the latest escalation between Israel and Hizballah, Hizballah reportedly fired 200 rockets into Israel 200 after the IDF killing of a commander. Sonic booms could be heard for two successive days “in Beirut and other parts of Lebanon,” as “Israeli jets broke the sound barrier over several areas of the country.”

French President Emmanuel Macron responded to the escalation by putting the onus on Israel. He is urging Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “to prevent a conflagration between Israel and Hezbollah,” when he should be urging Hizballah to desist from its jihad against Israel. Meanwhile, the inept Joe Biden, along with Kamala Harris, were on a call with Netanyahu yesterday to discuss a ceasefire.

Hezbollah has declared its attacks on Israel to be in support of Hamas and indicated its willingness to halt its assaults if a ceasefire is reached in Gaza.

But Hamas has put Israel into a position in which it cannot risk stopping its operations to eliminate the threat from Hamas. Netanyahu has made that clear: The war will end once Israel achieves all of its objectives, including the destruction of Hamas and the release of all of our hostages.

Globalist leaders persistently engage in empty talk, while Hizballah and Hamas have repeatedly stated their intention to annihilate Israel.

“Hezbollah launches big attack on Israel, sonic booms rattle Beirut,” by Laila Bassam and Maayan Lubell, Reuters, July 4, 2024:

(Reuters) – Lebanon’s Hezbollah launched a big rocket and drone attack at Israel on Thursday and threatened to hit new targets in retaliation for the killing of a top commander, in the latest surge of violence in the steadily worsening conflict across the border.

Sparked by the Gaza war, the conflict between Iran-backed Hezbollah and Israel has been gradually intensifying for months, raising fears of a full-scale war, which both sides have indicated they want to avoid and diplomats are working to prevent.

As the latest violence played out in areas at or near the frontier – in keeping with the pattern of the last nine months – the sound of sonic booms rattled nerves for the second successive day in Beirut and other parts of Lebanon.

Israeli jets broke the sound barrier over several areas of the country, Lebanon’s National News Agency reported.

Hezbollah said it launched more than 200 rockets and a swarm of drones at 10 Israeli military sites in retaliation for Israel’s killing of Hezbollah commander Mohammed Nasser in the south on Wednesday. Nasser is one of the most senior Hezbollah commanders to be killed by Israel during the conflict…..

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