Daily clashes between the two sides since Hamas invaded Israel on October 7
THE Hezbollah of Lebanon today accused the Israel that he illegally gained access to security cameras of homes and shops in the southern part of the country, urging residents to disconnect their surveillance systems from the internet.
“The enemy has hacked internet-connected cameras installed in homes, shops and structures of border communities,” the US-backed movement said in a press release. Iran.
Hezbollah, its ally Hamasaccuses Israel of using footage from security cameras to target its fighters.
Since the start of the war between Israel and Hamas, on October 7hostilities between the Israeli army and Hezbollah fighters are daily.
So far, more than 150 people have been killed in Lebanon. Most of them are Hezbollah fighters, but at least 20 civilians have also been reported dead, including three journalists, according to an AFP tally.
On the Israeli side, four civilians and nine soldiers have been killed, according to the Israeli Armed Forces (IDF).
Hostilities have been limited mainly to the border areas of the two countries. Israel threatens to escalate its military operations in Lebanon if Hezbollah fighters do not withdraw from the border.
The Israeli government has vowed to destroy Hamas after the October 7 attack that killed an estimated 1,140 people, mostly civilians. Since the start of Israeli military operations in Gaza Stripat least 21,320 people – mostly women and children – have been killed, according to the latest tally released by the health ministry of the Hamas-controlled Palestinian enclave.
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