25 September 2021
1 month ago
Hezbollah Media: At 12:40 am today, the Israeli enemy warplanes carried out two raids targeting the Damascus area in the outskirts of the town of Mahmoudiya in southern Lebanon
Video: "Nabd Al Saraya" in Lebanon released a video claiming responsibility for firing three rockets earlier today towards Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel
Israeli army confirms it carried out airstrikes in Lebanon in response to rocket fire earlier today
Israeli army airstrikes reportedly in Lebanon
At least 2 media workers - working for CNN and LBCI - were wounded by the Lebanese security forces for just one hour while clashing with protesters
The US State Department condemns the missile attacks from Lebanon on Israel
Israeli army says forces fired over 100 artillery shells into southern Lebanon in response to the rocket attack
Al-Jadeed reporter: The security forces are advancing towards the Al-Nahar newspaper building
Over 50 people have been wounded in protests marking the anniversary of the #BeirutBlast, according to the the Lebanese Red Cross
Water cannon, tear gas fired at protesters near Lebanon parliament in Beirut
That's a sea of people demanding accountability for the #BeirutBlast
Lebanese security fire rubber bullets at protesters in the vicinity of the parliament in central Beirut
Lebanese media: Security throws tear gas to disperse protesters near Parliament
1 month ago
In the hours leading up to the latest rocket attack on northern Israeli from Lebanese territory, Lebanese Hezbollah sources complained of new overflights by Israeli military aircraft in Lebanon. Hezbollah has recently threatened retaliation for these persistent overflights
Lebanese security uses water cannons to disperse protesters in front of Parliament
Video from the @Israeli army response to rocket fire from Lebanon
Thousands of demonstrators applaud the march of the families of the dead of the Civil Defense during their march
4 people were injured in various ways during the march of the Communist Party in Gemmayzeh
Fires ignite in Lebanon as a result of intense Israeli army shelling. This comes after 3 rockets were randomly fired at Israel from Lebanon mid-day today
In downtown Beirut, people are stopping at different locations of the city-wide crime scene to mourn the victims of August 4, crying out their names on the spots where they were killed. Here, they honor Houssam Al-Batal
Protesters from Akkar have joined protesters in Beirut, chanting 'Oh Beirut we are with you until death' Akkar is the region that has been suffering from wildfires in the past week
Another angle of the crowd between Martyrs' Square and Gemmayzeh. The port of Beirut is a few minutes away #BeirutExplosion
Israeli army artillery towards areas in southern Lebanon continues
The Israeli army: The Lebanese government bears full responsibility for any shooting from its territory
Israeli army: The Israeli army is conducting additional strikes along the Lebanese border; "Israeli army artillery forces are currently striking targets along the Lebanese border in response to the rockets fired at Israeli territory earlier today
Lebanon: The enemy army is bombing the Lebanese border areas again after two rockets fell on the settlement of "Kiryat Shmona" in the north of the territories
A supporter of the Lebanese Forces assaulted one of the families of the dead of the port of Beirut because of the latter's refusal to raise the flag of the forces and accusing them of the August 4 explosion.
Israeli shelling renewed on the Marjayoun plain, and 3 new artillery shells fell in the place
1 month ago
Israeli shelling renewed in the meantime, and 4 shells fell between Ibl al-Saqi and Rashaya al-Fokhar
Israeli army has resumed artillery fire toward southern Lebanon according to reports
Defense Minister Gantz has instructed to convey a "strong message" to UNIFIL, over the rocket attack from Lebanon
Earlier the Israeli army identified three rockets fired from Lebanon. Two of them fell inside Israeli territory. The Israeli army responded with artillery fire inside Lebanon
Photos: A fire broke out in an open area in the Kiryat Shmona settlement, following the fall of two rockets fired from Lebanon
Lebanese media: A number of rockets of unknown origin fell in the Marjayoun plain in the south of the country
Footage released by Israeli military appears to show at least one rocket landed very close to roads and building in northern Israel
The Israeli army responds with artillery fire at the source of the launch from Lebanon towards Kiryat Shmona
Israel Radio: Warning sirens of rocket fire on the border with Lebanon
Rockets fired from Lebanon towards Israel
Another image from Kiryat Shmona showing the apparent rocket impact
At least impact in open area near civilian homes in Kiryat Shmona
Red Alert in northern Israel
At least one explosion reportedly heard in the area, after a Red Alert was activated in Kiryat Shmona and surrounding towns
One year after the BeirutExplosion, @amnesty, citing ongoing government obstruction, reiterates its call to the UN Human Rights Council to heed the calls of families and survivors of the blast and urgently set up an investigative mechanism
Israeli army searching area near Arab al-Aramshe after "unusual identification" in Israeli territory near the border with Lebanon
Israeli army fired a number of flares over the Lebanese border near Arab al-Aramshe after suspicious activity was detected on the Israeli side of the fence
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said he sees an emboldened Iran acting in a negative manner around the Middle East, endangering shipping, arming the Houthis and contributing to Lebanon's political deadlock
The Lebanese President: I bow before the steadfastness of a people in whose face all the tragedies have gathered, and I tell them that every sinner will take his punishment.
Greece, Ireland, Kazakhstan and Lebanon now among the destinations added to the @StateDept 'Do Not Travel' list due to COVID19
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