Hezbollah has fired over 100 rockets in the span of two hours at Israel on Tuesday morning, marking a significant escalation in the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Lebanese terror group.

The rocket barrages, consisting of two heavy salvos totaling around 100 Katyusha rockets, targeted the northern Golan Heights and the Upper Galilee. No reported injuries or significant damage have been reported so far, as the rockets fell in open areas.

According to local Channel 14 news, Hezbollah’s attack was in response to an IDF operation that struck targets deep within Lebanon, approximately 60 miles from the Israeli border. During the days long operation six people were injured in four separate attacks carried out by Israel in the Baalbek region.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah met with a Hamas delegation on Tuesday, headed by Deputy Khalil al-Hayya. They spoke about the current conflict in the Gaza Strip and in Judea and Samaria, agreeing that any deal for releasing hostages would require Israel’s agreement to a complete ceasefire, reports KAN news outlet.

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