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Hezbollah Attacks Escalate in Northern Israel, Injuries Reported

Hezbollah’s attacks in northern Israel intensified on Sunday, June 2, triggering multiple alerts and causing injuries and property damage. The IDF reported Sunday evening that a Hezbollah drone crashed in the northern city of Nahariya after failed interception attempts.

This marks the first time since the start of the war the coastal city was struck. The crash sparked a fire in the city, prompting firefighting and rescue forces to respond. No injuries have been reported.

This contrasts with the army’s earlier statements, which claimed the fire was caused by fragments from an interceptor that exploded mid-air without identifying a target, and that the alert triggering the interceptor launch was a false alarm.

Alerts for an intrusion by a hostile aircraft were activated in several northern towns, including Nahariya, Liman, Shlomi, Sa’ar, Rosh Hanikra, Evron, Gesher HaZiv, Matzuva, Bezet, Ben Ami and Shavei Zion. Residents in these areas reported hearing explosions, and a fire broke out in Nahariya following the alarms.

In Kiryat Shmona, two people sustained minor injuries from rocket debris and were evacuated to a hospital. The police reported property damage in the area, and officers along with sappers isolated impact sites and searched for additional debris.

Meanwhile, the IDF reported that fighter jets targeted a Hezbollah military building in Ayta ash Shab and a Hezbollah terrorist infrastructure in Tayr Harfa, both in southern Lebanon. Additionally, IDF forces fired to eliminate a threat in Rachaya Al Foukhar, also in southern Lebanon. (YNet / VFI News)

“Lord, we pray for a peaceful co-existence with all of our neighbors and we ask that Lebanon takes care of the terrorist organization Hezbollah that wreaks havoc in the Middle-East. We pray for a unified front in the north and for protection over our entire country, in Yeshua’s name. May You shield Your children from evil and cause any weapon formed against us to fail.”

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