'Al-Hodhod 2': Hezbollah releases new footage of Israeli bases


Hezbollah on Tuesday released a video dubbed al-Hodhod 2 showing footage captured by the group’s drones over the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

Hezbollah had recently alarmed Israel by releasing a 10-minute video showing sensitive military and economic sites in northern Israel and its strategic city of Haifa -- a city far from the Israel-Lebanon border. That video was dubbed al-Hodhod 1.

The new video released on Tuesday shows drone footage of Israeli intelligence and command bases and newly-established military bases and posts in Syria’s occupied Golan Heights.

The video also promises a “third episode” of the drone footage series.

Cross-border violence between Israel and Hezbollah has killed at least 497 people in Lebanon since Oct. 8 -- mostly fighters but also including 95 civilians -- according to an AFP tally.

On the Israeli side, at least 16 soldiers and 11 civilians have been killed, according to the authorities.

Tens of thousands of residents have also been displaced from the border areas in both southern Lebanon and northern Israel.

Hezbollah started its attacks on Israel in solidarity with the Palestinians and the Hamas Movement as war broke out following the unprecedented October 7 attack on southern Israel.

The group says it will not halt its attacks before Israel stops its war on the Gaza Strip.

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