Previously today in a tragic strike in south Lebanon, four, including journalists Farah Omar and Rabih al-Maamari, were killed by Israeli forces. The attack targeted a journalist group, also claiming Hussein Akel’s life. Al-Mayadeen director Ghassan bin Jiddo labeled the strike deliberate.
The incident, following Al-Mayadeen’s ban in Israel, escalated tensions. A separate airstrike killed 80-year-old Laiqa Sarhan in Kfarkela, increasing civilian casualties. The ongoing conflict has led to 95 Lebanese deaths, intensifying Lebanon-Israel border tensions.