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Hezbollah’s newly revealed weapons stir up Israeli media

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The Islamic Resistance also published a video debunking Israeli media claims, that its newly deployed ATGM had not targeted the Israeli Naval site in Ras al-Naqqoura.

Israeli mouthpieces said that they did not spot a large tower, used to deploy spyware and other equipment, in the original video, claiming that the video of the attack published by Hezbollah is fake.

On Monday, Hezbollah’s military media released footage from a wider angle captured by another camera, in which the tower was clearly seen, providing indisputable evidence of the attack’s success.

The attack was carried out by a recently revealed ATGM system, whose full specifications and name are still unknown. In short, the new system is capable of direct and top attacks, it relays real-time footage of its flight to its operator via Television camera and could be redirected to lock on to targets mid-flight. The system itself is similar to the Iranian Almas ATGM, although no official confirmation has been made of this claim.

Hezbollah‘s Falaq-1 rockets have also reverberated across Israeli media talking points, as the unguided short-range rockets have been more readily deployed in the Resistance’s operations in recent weeks. In some cases, the Resistance launched 10 of these rockets at once when targeting Israeli sites. Each 240 mm Falaq-1 munition carries 50 kg of explosives, meaning that a full barrage would deliver a payload of 500 kg spread throughout a targeted site.


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