One Killed, Nine Injured In Israeli Airstrike On Lebanese Village

(MENAFN- Nam News Network) BEIRUT, Jun 19 (NNN-NNA) – One civilian was killed, and nine others were injured yesterday, in a Zionist airstrike on a southern Lebanese village, Lebanese military sources, said.

The sources, who spoke anonymously, said that, Israeli drones launched six missiles at two cars, killing one civilian in the first car and wounding eight others in the second and another, riding a bicycle, in the village of al-Borgholiye, north of Tyre city.

They added that, the Zionist warplanes, yesterday, raided four towns and villages in the border area, in southern Lebanon, destroying and damaging several houses.

Meanwhile, the Zionist Forces posted aerial surveillance footage, showing the bombardment of two cars on social media platform X, saying, its aircraft attacked“UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) launch teams” of Hezbollah, earlier in the day.

During the past few days, border villages and towns in southern Lebanon witnessed an unprecedented escalation between Hezbollah and the Zionist army.

Also yesterday, a Hezbollah source confirmed to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed TV, a pan-Arab news outlet, that, Hezbollah will not retreat beyond the Litani River, which the source said is an Israeli condition, to reach an agreement to end the confrontations.

“Stopping the war in the Gaza strip would affect the Lebanon front, and all parties' efforts (to end the escalation) out of the framework are in vain,” the source added, referring to the visit of U.S. envoy, Amos Hochstein, to Beirut yesterday, aimed at de-escalating tensions on the Israel-Lebanon border.– NNN-NNA


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