Hezbollah: The resistance targeted the Israeli Al-Sadah site with missiles
Today, Friday, the Lebanese Hezbollah movement announced that the resistance had targeted the Israeli Al-Sadah site with guided missiles, noting that parts of its facilities had been destroyed.
Hezbollah’s military media said, in a statement, that Islamic Resistance fighters attacked the Al-Sadh site on Friday afternoon with guided missiles and appropriate weapons, destroyed large parts of its facilities and equipment, and caused confirmed casualties among members of its garrison.
Earlier, Deputy Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sheikh Naim Qassem, thanked Iran for its support for the resistance, and said that the Al-Aqsa Flood operation launched by the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, on October 7 is a certain loss for Israel.
Qassem’s speech came during his meeting with the Iranian parliamentary delegation, which includes the Deputy Chairman of the Foreign Political and National Security Committee in the Islamic Shura Council, Ibrahim Azizi, and a delegation of representatives, in the presence of the Iranian Republic’s ambassador to Beirut, Mojtaba Amani, according to a statement issued by the party’s media relations on Friday.
Qassem said: “We thank the support of the Islamic Republic of Iran under the leadership of Imam Khamenei, and its diplomatic, political and popular movement, as well as its support for the resistance in all forms of support.”
He added: “The Al-Aqsa flood is a great and certain loss to the Israeli enemy and has become one of the constants of history. This enemy cannot be victorious through massacres against civilians, and it is too cowardly and weak to be victorious in the field in the face of the heroes of Palestine, the Mujahideen resistance fighters.”
He continued: “The Al-Aqsa flood exposed those who support Palestine as supporters of the Israeli occupation and its aggression, and the field of confrontation in Gaza demonstrated the nobility of the resistance performance and the brutality of Israel, America and its axis.”
He considered the image of the field to be Israeli hesitation and fear of a ground battle. On the other hand, the resistance fighters remained steadfast and the missiles continued to hit the entity and confront the positions facing southern Lebanon, all with confidence and belief in victory.