Israeli soldiers injured on Lebanon border,Israel responds

Hezbollah claims responsibility for attacks in occupied land

07 October, 18:53

    Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights (archive) Israeli soldiers in the Golan Heights (archive)

    (ANSAMED) - TEL AVIV - Two or three Israeli soldiers were reportedly wounded on Tuesday in an explosion in the Golan Heights, near the Lebanon border causing Israel to respond with artillery strikes, media reported.

    A Hezbollah group claimed responsibility for Tuesday's armored car attacks in Israeli-occupied Shebaa Farms that injured Israeli soldiers, Lebanese media reported. According to media reports, the attacks were carried out by a group called Ali Hassan Martyr Unit

    Israel is reported as firing "tens of shots" of artillery shells into Lebanese territory in response to a charge explosive that struck an armored vehicle carrying a group of Israeli soldiers in the occupied territory of the Shebaa Farms and wounding three soldiers, an on-location correspondent of Lebanon's Al-Manar television, which is aligned with Hezbollah, reported. According to the the same source, the Israeli army targeted the hills near the Shebaa Farms and the village of Kfarchouba.

    An Israeli military spokesman reported two wounded soldiers, while Lebanese television station Al Mayadin, reported three Israeli soldiers as injured.

    On Sunday, the Israeli army announced it had "open fire" on the army announcement had opened fire on "suspicious people"who had attempted to infiltrate Israeli-controlled territory by entering from Lebanon. (ANSAmed).

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