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Hezbollah fired rockets at Israel, avenged the death of Hamas’s top leader

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Hezbollah fired rockets at Israel, avenged the death of Hamas’s top leader

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Lebanon’s Islamic organization Hezbollah has vowed revenge after Israel killed top Hamas terrorist Saleh Arouri in Beirut. Therefore, Hezbollah has intensified its attacks on Israel. On Saturday, Hezbollah fired 62 rockets at Israel. This is being said to be the initial counterattack after Israel’s assassination of top Hamas leader Arouri in Lebanon’s capital Beirut. Hezbollah leader Sayyid Hassan Nasrallah had said a day earlier that his group would retaliate over the killing of Hamas deputy political leader Saleh Arouri.

Nasrallah had said that if Hezbollah did not retaliate against Arouri’s killing in its stronghold of southern Beirut, all Lebanese could become victims of an Israeli attack. Hezbollah said Saturday that it fired 62 rockets toward an air observation base in Mount Meron, hitting the target directly. The Israeli military said about 40 rockets were fired toward the Meron area, although it did not specify the base.

unrest in central asia

The Israel-Hamas war has spread unrest throughout Central Asia. From Hezbollah to Houthis, they have directly jumped into the war against the attack on Gaza and are attacking Israeli positions and in the Red Sea. This incident has happened at a time when US Secretary of State Antony Blinken is on a visit to West Asia with the aim of preventing the 14-week-long Israel-Hamas war from spreading across the region. Blinken is in Turkey on Saturday, where he will hold meetings with the country’s President and Foreign Minister. This is Blinken’s fourth visit to West Asia in three months. There is increasing international criticism of Israel’s operations in Gaza. America’s concerns about war are increasing. America’s concerns have increased after the recent attacks in the Red Sea, Lebanon, Iran and Syria. (AP)

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