ENEMY WARPLANES CIRCLE OVER WESTERN, CENTRAL SECTORS, TYRE DISTRICT VILLAGES

National News Agency correspondent in Tyre reported that enemy warplanes were flying at low altitude over the western and central sectors.

A number of enemy drones were also seen circling over the villages of the Tyre district, especially in the skie…


National News Agency correspondent in Tyre reported that enemy warplanes were flying at low altitude over the western and central sectors.

A number of enemy drones were also seen circling over the villages of the Tyre district, especially in the skies over the villages of Naqoura, al-Habin and Tayr Harfa.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

“ISLAMIC RESISTANCE’: TARGETING VICINITY OF ENEMY’S MITAT BARRACKS WITH MISSILE WEAPONS, CAUSING DIRECT HITS

The Islamic Resistance issued a communique this afternoon, indicating that in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, the Resistance fighters targeted at 12:30 p.m today a gathering of Israeli enemy soldiers in the vicinity of t…


The Islamic Resistance issued a communique this afternoon, indicating that in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, the Resistance fighters targeted at 12:30 p.m today a gathering of Israeli enemy soldiers in the vicinity of the Mitat barracks, directly hitting them with missile weapons.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

ISRAELI PREMIERSHIP: NETANYAHU WILL HOLD SECURITY CONSULTATIONS

The Israeli Premiership announced that Benjamin Netanyahu will hold security consultations during the day with all security bodies and the National Security Council to discuss developments and next steps, according to “Russia Today”.

The Israeli Prem…


The Israeli Premiership announced that Benjamin Netanyahu will hold security consultations during the day with all security bodies and the National Security Council to discuss developments and next steps, according to “Russia Today”.

The Israeli Premiership said that Netanyahu gave the green light from the beginning of the war to assassinate Hamas leaders.

This comes after Israeli Army Radio reported today that Israeli forces targeted Muhammad al-Deif, commander of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, with an air strike in the Khan Yunis area in the southern Gaza Strip.

Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that Muhammad al-Deif was injured in the bombing, according to Israeli army estimates.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

ENEMY ARTILLERY SHELLING TARGETS HOULA, MAKRAB, WADI AL-DALAFA

National News Agency correspondent reported that enemy artillery targeted this afternoon the outskirts of the town of Houla, Wadi al-Dalafa, the vicinity of al-Amana station and the town of Makrab.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon


National News Agency correspondent reported that enemy artillery targeted this afternoon the outskirts of the town of Houla, Wadi al-Dalafa, the vicinity of al-Amana station and the town of Makrab.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

BOU HABIB: SECURITY OF SOUTHERN LEBANON DEPENDS ON FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF 1701, LEBANESE ARMY’S SUPPORT & LATER ON CONCLUSION OF A FINAL AGREEMENT ON THE SOUTHERN BORDER

Caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Abdallah Bou Habib, stressed in an exclusive interview with “The “Monitor” website during his visit to Washington, ‘the importance of maintaining peace and stability in the region in light of the es…


Caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigrants, Abdallah Bou Habib, stressed in an exclusive interview with “The “Monitor” website during his visit to Washington, ‘the importance of maintaining peace and stability in the region in light of the escalating tension in southern Lebanon and the Middle East.’

He emphasized “the necessity of dialogue and calm,” noting that “the security of southern Lebanon depends on the full and comprehensive implementation of UN Resolution #1701, the support of the Lebanese army, and later on concluding a final agreement on the southern border.”

Regarding recent events, Bou Habib expressed his ‘deep concern about the potential consequences of any future escalation,’ warning that ‘slipping into war will have serious repercussions not only for Lebanon and Israel but also for neighboring countries.’

He added, “The Israeli invasion of Lebanon, if it occurs, may cause a regional war involving external parties.” Therefore, he stressed “the need for all parties to prioritize dial
ogue and peaceful solutions.”

In this connection, Bou Habib pointed to ‘ongoing international diplomatic efforts, including those led by international partners, which aim to reduce tensions and enhance stability along the southern Lebanese border.’

He underlined “Lebanon’s commitment to initiatives that enhance regional peace and security.”

The Foreign Minister also reaffirmed “Lebanon’s readiness to constructively partake in international efforts aimed at preventing conflict and achieving lasting peace in the Middle East.”

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

ABOU EL-HASSAN: PRESIDENCY ISSUE HAS NOT YET MATURED AMONG MANY PARTIES

MP Hadi Abou El-Hassan considered that ‘the initiative of the representatives of the opposition forces exceeds the powers of Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri in terms of the form and management of dialogue,’ noting that “the country deserves to sacrific…


MP Hadi Abou El-Hassan considered that ‘the initiative of the representatives of the opposition forces exceeds the powers of Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri in terms of the form and management of dialogue,’ noting that “the country deserves to sacrifice the form of dialogue to end the presidential vacuum.’

He pointed out in an interview with ‘Voice of All Lebanon 93.3’ Radio Channel this morning that the Lebanese have overlooked the constitution in several stages, including the time when former President Michel Sleiman was elected without amending the constitution, after agreeing in Doha to name him as president.

The MP called on the representatives of the opposition forces to “request an appointment from Speaker Berri to present their concerns, and for each party to provide its opinion to reach a solution to the presidential impasse.”

Abou El-Hassan stressed herein that ‘the Democratic Gathering supports any movement or initiative that contributes to saving Lebanon from its crises.”

He considered that the
issue of the presidency has not yet matured among many parties, pointing out that ‘the contradiction in decisions and opinions is due to a lack of trust between the parties.’

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon