Israeli enemy in the sixteenth day of July War in 2006 decided not to expand the ground offensive, a day after heavy losses were inflicted upon its soldiers in the Lebanese southern border towns.
The Zionist military rather, decided on Thursday, July 27, 2006, to intensify air strikes and go ahead with its brutal aggression, with at least 11 civilians were martyred in over 120 air raids in southern Lebanon, the Bekaa valley and Beirut.
Israeli warships struck a transmitter station belonging the Lebanese Radio in Amshit as well as a post for the Lebanese Army in the area.
The brutal strikes did not prevent Hezbollah fighters from firing rockets at the Zionist entity, At least 100 rockets pounded the occupied territories on that day, injuring at least 13 Israeli settlers.
Then President Emile Lahoud hailed the Resistance for managing to stand against the Zionist entity, saying that “the history will have to record that defying Hezbollah is very hard.”
For his part, Speaker Nabih Berri firmly rejected a draft resolution on deploying NATO forces at the border between Lebanon and Palestinian occupied territories, suggesting that such forces would be deployed at the Palestinian side of the border.
Source: Al-Manar English Website