According to Arab News, on November 20, Hezbollah released a video recording the scene of its forces launching two Burkan missiles toward the Branit military base of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), causing damage to the base. severe harm.
“The purpose of the raid is to support the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip. We support their resistance efforts,” a Hezbollah representative announced.
The Israeli side later confirmed information about the raid, and said that Hezbollah launched a total of 25 missiles, artillery shells and UAVs into areas near the Israel-Lebanon border.
“There were no casualties in the raid, but a fire broke out at the Branit base. We deployed fighters, helicopters and tanks to strike back at many Hezbollah positions in southern Lebanon,” the IDF statement said.
Burkan is a short-range ballistic missile, developed based on Iran’s Qiam missile. This missile has a range of about 10km, carrying an explosive warhead weighing 500kg. Hezbollah used this missile for the first time in early November, when it raided Israeli outposts near the village of Al-Dahira.
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