Hezbollah warns that Israel will face consequences for strike that killed three, as IDF divides focus on Gaza.

Hezbollah warns that Israel will face consequences for strike that killed three, as IDF divides focus on Gaza.

A British individual in Gaza is sharing their account of the chaotic situation at the Rafah crossing.

According to a lawmaker from Hezbollah, a targeted Israeli attack on a vehicle in southern Lebanon resulted in the deaths of three children and their grandmother on Sunday. The lawmaker has denounced the strike as a concerning event and warned that Israel will face consequences for their actions.

Hassan Fadlallah, a legislator, reported that the mother of three young girls, aged 8 to 14, was injured in a car attack while traveling between the towns of Aynata and Aitaroun, near the border with Israel.

According to a statement, Hezbollah retaliated by launching numerous grad rockets at the town of Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel.

The Lebanese group of militants stated that their assault was a retaliation to Israel’s “atrocious and savage act.”

The leader of the Israeli Northern Command has recently stated that they are prepared to launch an attack in the north at any given time.

According to Israeli military spokesperson Daniel Hagari, they have successfully reached the Gaza coastline and are currently in control of it.

He proposed that the Israeli military has successfully divided the Gaza Strip into two parts, with Gaza City being surrounded in the process.


Hezbollah warns that Israel will face consequences following airstrike that resulted in the deaths of 3 children in Lebanon.

According to a lawmaker from Hezbollah, an Israeli attack on a vehicle in southern Lebanon resulted in the deaths of three children and their grandmother on Sunday. The lawmaker stated that this act is a “grave escalation” and that Israel will face consequences for it.

Hassan Fadlallah, a legislator, reported that a mother and her three daughters, ages 8 to 14, were injured in an assault on their car while traveling between Aynata and Aitaroun, near the border with Israel.

Fadlallah stated to Reuters that the enemy will face consequences for their actions against innocent civilians.

When questioned about previous statements from security sources in Lebanon regarding an Israeli attack that allegedly caused the deaths of three individuals in a vehicle near Aynata, a representative from the Israeli army stated that a statement would be released on Sunday regarding a strike that occurred in Lebanon.

Tom Watling5 November 2023 17:21

The IDF northern command has declared that Israel is prepared to launch an assault on Lebanon.

The leader of the Israeli Defence Forces’ northern division has stated their preparedness to launch an assault on Lebanon.

On Sunday, the remarks were given during a review of the situation.

According to Hezbollah, a militia supported by Iran and in charge of southern Lebanon, Israeli airstrikes allegedly resulted in the deaths of three children and a grandmother.

Tom Watling5 November 2023 19:40

The United States’ primary diplomat travels to the West Bank in an attempt to secure peace for the future, while airstrikes in Gaza claim the lives of dozens.

On Sunday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visited the West Bank and stated that the Palestinian Authority (PA) should hold a significant position in determining the future of the Gaza Strip.

Mr Blinken rejected requests from Arab leaders for a ceasefire on Saturday, despite Gaza health officials reporting over 9,700 Palestinian deaths due to Israel’s ongoing air strikes. His previous attempts to negotiate shorter breaks in the fighting with Israel had been unsuccessful.

Below is the complete summary for today’s events.

Tom Watling5 November 2023 19:05

Hezbollah, a group in Lebanon, claims to have launched numerous rockets at an Israeli town as a response to an airstrike.

On Sunday, Hezbollah claimed to have launched numerous grad rockets towards the town of Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel as a response to an Israeli attack in southern Lebanon that allegedly resulted in the death of a woman and three children.

The Lebanese militant group stated that their assault was a reaction to Israel’s “cruel and violent act”.

<p>Black smoke rises from an Israeli airstrike on the outskirts of Aita al-Shaab, a Lebanese border village with Israel in south Lebanon, on 4 November. </p>

On November 4, black smoke can be seen rising from an airstrike carried out by Israel on the outskirts of Aita al-Shaab, a village located on the Lebanese border with Israel in the southern region of Lebanon.

Tom Watling5 November 2023 18:30

Blinken holds meeting with United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees.

The US’s Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, recently held a meeting with representatives from the United Nations agency responsible for supporting Palestinian refugees.

Tom Watling5 November 2023 18:02

Netanyahu reiterates refusal to agree to a ceasefire until the release of hostages.

The Israeli leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, has once again rejected the idea of a ceasefire until Hamas agrees to release all of their hostages.

At the Ramon air force base in southern Israel on Sunday, both our enemies and friends were informed by air and ground crews that there can be no ceasefire unless our hostages are returned.

He stated that we will persist until we defeat them.


“Who is to blame for Israel?”

Matt Mathers5 November 2023 16:44

The IDF has uncovered a network of Hamas tunnels underneath and surrounding hospitals in Israel.

On Sunday, the Israeli army announced that they have discovered a system of Hamas tunnels, control centers, and missile launchers located under and near hospitals in northern Gaza.

Israel’s top military representative, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, informed journalists that Hamas regularly takes advantage of hospitals for their war efforts.

Hamas, an Islamist organization, denies the allegation and has accused Israel of disseminating false information.

At the press conference, Hagari showed evidence in the form of videos, photos, and audio recordings to support his claim that Hamas uses hospitals as shields and prevents civilians from evacuating war zones.

During the conflict, he also mentioned that more than 800 rockets were launched from Gaza towards Israel, but some of them did not reach their target and instead hit within the Gaza Strip, resulting in the death of numerous Palestinians.

Hamas, supported by Iran, produces some of its rockets within its own territory and also obtains rockets from other countries. The claims made by Hagari could not be verified. Israel has been targeting Gaza’s primary hospital, al-Shifa, for weeks, alleging that Hamas is utilizing it as a cover for their underground operations.

Matt Mathers5 November 2023 16:36

The Israeli official who proposed using nuclear weapons on Gaza has been suspended indefinitely.

An Israeli minister with far-right views has been suspended indefinitely after making a statement about “nuking” Gaza.

Amichai Eliyahu, a member of the Otzma Yehud party and heritage minister, stated in an interview with a local radio station that the government is considering the option of using a nuclear bomb on Gaza.

He stated that individuals displaying the Palestinian or Hamas flag should not be allowed to exist and that there are no non-combatant civilians in Gaza.

The statement from Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office on social media confirmed the suspension and claimed that Amichai Eliyahu’s words are not grounded in reality.

Matt Mathers5 November 2023 16:09

Groups of pro-Palestinian individuals attempt to breach a military installation in Turkey where American soldiers are stationed.

The Turkish authorities employed tear gas and water cannons when a large group of individuals attempted to breach an air base housing American soldiers during a pro-Palestinian demonstration on Sunday. This occurred just hours before US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s scheduled arrival in Ankara for discussions on the Gaza conflict.

Turkey has increased its condemnation of Israel amidst the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza. Despite hosting members of the militant Palestinian group Hamas, Turkey advocates for a two-state solution. As the conflict between Israel and Hamas escalates, demonstrations have broken out throughout the nation.

Video footage of the demonstrations depicted law enforcement launching tear gas and utilizing water cannons to scatter a gathering of people waving Turkish and Palestinian flags while shouting slogans. The protesters also pushed over barricades and engaged in altercations with police officers donning riot gear.

, with some protesters being arrested.

Demonstrators were observed throwing plastic chairs, rocks, and miscellaneous objects at law enforcement, who responded by deploying smoke bombs. Altercations ensued between the groups and authorities, resulting in the detention of some protesters.

Bulent Yildirim, the president of IHH, spoke to the people in Adana and advised them to avoid any violence towards the police.

Matt Mathers5 November 2023 15:43

The White House reports that 300 Americans have fled Gaza.

A White House representative stated on Sunday that while over 300 Americans and their relatives have departed Gaza, there are still US citizens trapped in the area under siege. The process of negotiating for their release from being held hostage by Hamas is proving to be challenging.

According to Jonathan Finer, the deputy national security adviser, those who were set free consisted of American citizens, individuals with lawful permanent residency, and their relatives. This was stated on the CBS show Face the Nation.

According to Finer, there are several Americans who wish to leave Gaza but are unable to due to the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict. However, the exact number was not mentioned.

Last week, US secretary of state Antony Blinken reported that approximately 400 individuals who were American citizens and their relatives, totaling to about 1,000 individuals, desired to leave.

The transfer of wounded individuals from Gaza and those with foreign passports through the Rafah border to Egypt has been halted since Saturday, but authorities from Egypt, the US, and Qatar are working to restart the process.

<p>File photo: Rafah crossing on Egypt/Gaza border </p>

File photo: Rafah crossing on Egypt/Gaza border

Matt Mathers5 November 2023 15:25

Source: independent.co.uk