Hezbollah Releases Video of Sensitive Israeli Sites amid Rising Tensions

Hezbollah Releases Video of Sensitive Israeli Sites amid Rising Tensions

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Hezbollah released a video on Sunday showing an array of sensitive sites across Israeli-occupied territories as tensions escalate between the Lebanese resistance movement and the Zionist regime.

The footage, released by Hezbollah's Military Media, was reported by Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen television network. The network identified the sites as "vital Israeli targets only known to the occupation's security apparatus."

The video includes images of the Research Center at Israel’s Dimona nuclear reactor in the Negev Desert, Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv, and Nevatim Airbase, one of Israel’s largest military bases. Other important targets listed were the HaKirya complex in Tel Aviv, which houses Israel’s ministry of security and general staff, as well as the Ramat David Airbase, Israel's northernmost military outpost, and the Karish Gas Field off Lebanon’s coast.




This release follows Hezbollah’s earlier video showcasing its surveillance aircraft flying over occupied territories, which the movement described as the first episode of what is yet to come.

Tensions have been high since the Israeli regime began sporadic attacks on Lebanon following the onset of its ongoing genocidal war on the Gaza Strip on October 7, 2023, leading to clashes with Hezbollah. The exchange of fire has intensified since the Israeli assassination of senior Hezbollah commander Sami Taleb Abdullah.

Hezbollah has retaliated by firing hundreds of rockets into northern Israel. On Tuesday, the Israeli army announced it had approved plans for an attack on Lebanon, raising concerns that Israel might attempt to turn Lebanon into another Gaza.

In a recent speech, Hezbollah’s Secretary General Seyed Hassan Nasrallah warned, “In case an inclusive war is imposed on Lebanon, the resistance will fight without restraints, without rules, without limits.” He added, “Whoever thinks of war against us will regret it.”

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