Cautious calm prevailed for the second day across the southern border between Lebanon and occupied Palestine, with citizens who were displaced in the last weeks returned to their towns.
Al-Manar correspondent in south Lebanon Ali Shoeib reported that Lebanese farmers were spotted on Saturday harvesting olives after returning to their hometowns at the southern border on Friday, the first day of four-day truce between the Israeli occupation and the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.
“The Lebanese farmers returned to their southern border towns and they started to harvest olives after being prevented by the Israeli aggression during the last weeks,” our correspondent said on Saturday.
Al-Manar’s Ali Shoeib noted that many of the olive fields in the southern towns were subjected to attacks by Israeli occupation during the last weeks.
“The Israeli enemy was deliberately bombarding the Lebanese fields, firing bombs and phosphorus munitions,” he added.
Meanwhile on Saturday, Israeli media reported sirens sounded in Upper Galilee and Western Galilee.
Israeli occupation army later announced that defenses intercepted a “suspicious aerial target” that entered the airspace from Lebanon.
Source: Al-Manar English Website