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Hezbollah lost fighters yesterday

Lebanese Hezbollah announced today the killing of two of its members in southern Lebanon, bringing the number of its deaths since the start of the current round of escalation with Israel to 29.
Hezbollah said, in a statement, that the Islamic Resistance mourns the martyr Ali Adnan Artil from the town of Mifdoun in southern Lebanon, and the martyr Ibrahim Muhammad Qashmar “Haider” from the town of Derkiva in southern Lebanon, who rose while carrying out their jihadist duty.
The southern Lebanese border has witnessed tension since the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood”, as the Lebanese “Hezbollah” announced the killing of a number of its members as a result of Israeli bombing and military operations, while the Israeli army announced a number of deaths among its members.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said earlier that if the Lebanese Hezbollah decided to enter the war, he would make a mistake in his life.
The 13th Israeli newspaper “Israel Hayom” also quoted Netanyahu, during his visit to the headquarters of the commando formation in the Northern Command, that if the Lebanese party enters the war, it may make the biggest mistake of its life, and that the Israeli army will “paralyze” it.
The Israeli Prime Minister warned the Lebanese Hezbollah against entering the war, because it would bring complete destruction to Lebanon and the party, adding that if the party decided to enter the ongoing war, it would face a stronger and more severe war than the second Israeli war on Lebanon, which took place in 2006.
On October 7, the Commander-in-Chief of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Hamas movement, announced the start of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” to put an end to “Israeli violations.”
The Israeli Channel 12 reported that “thousands of missiles were fired at Israel, while dozens of terrorists infiltrated Israeli territory,” while Israeli aircraft launched violent raids on the Gaza Strip.

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