Aggressions continue against south Lebanon
Lebanon-Israel, Military, 8/12/1999
The Lebanese resistance said on Wednesday that for the second time, one of its groups attacked the Israeli forces and their South Lebanon Army militia allies in Sujoud and al-Sweida, using machine guns and rockets.
In a statement, the Lebanese resistance added that direct hits were realized.
On Tuesday, the Lebanese resistance carried out a series of operations against the Israeli occupation forces and their agents in the occupied part of south Lebanon. In a statement, the Lebanese resistance said one of its groups attacked an Israeli force while moving in Tallat al-Rayhan, using machine guns and rockets. Direct hits were achieved.
Simultaneously, a third Lebanese resistance group attacked Beer Klab position, using machine guns and rockets, and direct hits were scored.
The statement added that another Lebanese national resistance group targeted joint fortifications of the Israeli troops and the SLA militias inside and in the surrounding of the occupation position in Sujoud. Direct hits were achieved.
On Wednesday morning, the Israeli artillery bombarded al-Zahrani river course, the outskirts of Habboush town, al-Jabal al-Rafee, the woods of Sujoud al-Rayhan and Aqmata farm in al-Tuffah district.
News reports from south Lebanon said the Israeli bombardment targeted Yahmur plain and al-Hamra area in al-Nabateyah district. The bombardment coincided with mock and provocative raids in the airspace of al-Nabateyah, the al-Tuffah district, Sidon and Tyre to Beirut.
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