Hezbollah rockets against Israel, “initial response” to death number two Hamas

Over 60 rockets fired “against the Meron base”. In Gaza 22,722 deaths since 7 October

They were over 60 rockets launched by Hezbollah against northern Israel, which, in claiming responsibility for the action, defined it as the “initial response” to the killing in recent days of Hamas number 2, Saleh al Arouri, in a raid in Beirut attributed to the Jewish state. “At 8.15 we fired 62 rockets at the Israeli base in Meron,” Hezbollah said in a statement, the day after the warning issued by its leader, Hassan Nasrallah, according to which the assassination of al Arouri “will not go unanswered” . The Party of God also claims that the attack also caused injuries and calls the affected base “the only intelligence, surveillance and air control center in the north of the usurping entity”.

In Gaza 22,722 dead

Meanwhile, the number of people who have lost their lives and 58,166 of those who have been injured in the Gaza Strip has risen to 22,722 since the Israeli retaliation began for the attack suffered by Hamas on 7 October. This was announced by the Hamas-run Ministry of Health, stating that 122 Palestinians were killed in the last 24 hours while 256 were injured.