Israel continues its air-raids against Lebanon
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 2/8/2000
Lebanese security sources on Monday said that Israeli planes fired two missiles on the western side of the south Lebanon town of Kafra. After just five minutes, the Israeli warplanes also raided the area located between Seddikin and al-Buttoum mountain, firing another two missiles against the area.
More news reports from south Lebanon continued that the Israeli occupation forces have continued their attacks on towns and villages in south Lebanon. The Israeli artillery bombarded Kafra, Yater, Zibqin, al Bottoum mountain and Eita al-Jabal.
Lebanese security sources said the Israeli artillery also bombarded the Sujoud position which the occupation forces and their militia allies left last week under the attacks of the Lebanese resistance.
The sources continued that the Israeli aggression was accompanied by heavy machine gun fire and mock raids carried out by the Israeli warplanes at a low altitude over south Lebanon, the western Bekaa and the districts of al-Nabatieh and al-Tuffah.
On Monday evening, the Israeli occupation forces bombarded the towns of Shaqra, Majdal Suloum, Khurbet Soloum, al-Qeiseyeh valley, Farroun and al-Ghandouriyeh in South Lebanon.
Lebanese security sources said the bombardment coincided with heavy machine gun fire that targeted roads leading to the towns. By their turn, the Israeli warplanes renewed their raids over the westenr sector district situated in the north of the occupied part of south Lebanon.
Lebanese security sources said that Israeli warplanes carried out two raids over al-Rayahin region and dropped several air-to-surface missiles.
Meanwhile, Lebanese resistance sources said a resistance group attacked Israeli forces in the al-Qabba and al-Muheisbat positions. Direct and precise hits were achieved.
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