(Increases the number of victims and clarifies their identity)
Beirut, Dec 1 (EFE).- At least three people died today due to Israeli attacks against southern Lebanon, in the first hours after the resumption of crossfire between Israel and the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah with the end of the humanitarian truce. in Gaza, various sources reported.
According to the Lebanese National News Agency (ANN), an attack this afternoon hit a house in the town of Al Jabayn, causing the death of one of the people inside and wounding three others, who have had They had to be transferred to hospitals in the also southern city of Tyre.
The state media also reported an “enemy” bombing against another house located in the village of Hula, where two citizens it identified as “Nasifa Mazraani and his son Mohammad” died, the latter apparently a member of Hezbollah.
The Shiite group later announced in a statement the death of its fighter Mohammad Hussein Mazraani, a native of Hula and who “achieved martyrdom on the road to Jerusalem,” the expression with which it refers to members lost to Israeli attacks in the framework of the current confrontations.
The border violence restarted this afternoon, hours after the expiration of the humanitarian truce that had been in force in the Gaza Strip for a week and to which Hezbollah had also adhered despite not being part of the negotiations with Israel.
The Shiite formation today claimed responsibility for five attacks against military targets in northern Israel, which for its part has confirmed an operation against a “terrorist cell” in Lebanon in addition to artillery fire in response to previous launches from the other side.
The Israeli Army also announced this afternoon that it has attacked infrastructure belonging to Hezbollah with fighters, helicopters and artillery.
From October 8 until the beginning of the cessation of hostilities on November 24, Hezbollah and Israel were engaged in intense crossfire across the divide between both countries, an area that only recorded isolated incidents during the truce.
In less than two months, the outbreak of violence between the parties forced more than 55,000 people to flee their homes in southern Lebanon; in addition to causing dozens of deaths, nearly 300 injuries and significant material damage on that side of the border alone. EFE