ADAISSEH (Dispatches) – Protests in solidarity with Palestine continue in Lebanon and Yemen as the Zionist regime air raids killed over 200 people in Gaza.
Palestinian refugees and Lebanese civilians travelled on Monday to the southern border of Lebanon with the occupied territories for the third consecutive day, proudly waving Palestinian flags and banners of the Hezbollah resistance movement.
The Lebanese people also held a gathering in the capital, Beirut, to express solidarity with Palestinians in their heroic resistance against the deadly Zionist regime’s onslaught on the besieged Gaza Strip and the occupied al-Quds.
The gathering was attended by senior officials of Lebanese political and religious factions, Hezbollah and prominent heads of Palestinian resistance groups.
Sayyed Hashem Safieddine, head of the Executive Council of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, said the Zionist regime was repeating the same mistakes it committed during the 2006 war and that the resistance movements in the region was much more capable than in the past.
Safieddine also said the United States and the occupying regime have been creating wars and sedition in our region for decades and the regime, in particular, has been plotting to drive a wedge between regional states.
Secretary-General of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad resistance movement Ziad al-Nakhala said the resistance groups are involved in a “great battle” all throughout Palestine but victory over the Zionist regime is around the corner.
Nakhala described the Zionist regime’s shield against Palestinian retaliatory attacks as “weaker than a spider’s web” and said the resistance front would soon achieve victory by humiliating the occupying regime.
On Monday, the occupying regime fired artillery shells at Lebanon. The Israeli military said it had launched artillery at what it said were “the sources of” six shells that were fired from Lebanon toward the northern part of the occupied territories.
Israeli media on Tuesday cited the regime’s military spokesperson, Hidai Zilberman, as saying that six projectiles had been fired from a town north of Shabaa Farms in southern Lebanon toward northern parts of the occupied territories.
The Israeli military said that Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement had not been behind the Monday rocket fire and that a small Palestinian faction had rather been responsible.