On the anniversary of July aggression, highlights of Lebanese national resistance in confronting the Israeli aggression – The Syria Times

Fourteen years have passed since the start of the brutal Israeli aggression on Lebanon, and the Lebanese national resistance and its people have immortalized their heroics which are examples of the challenge and steadfastness in the face of a cruel and long aggression.

The aggression lasted for more than a month and led to the martyrdom of more than 1500 Lebanese citizens and the displacement of more than a million.

Today, ( July 12) , the fourteenth anniversary of the aggression launched by the Israeli occupation entity against Lebanon in July of 2006 brings to the minds of the Lebanese and the liberals of the world the victory achieved by the national resistance through which all allegations about the capabilities of this enemy and its superiority were broken as the forces of aggression received harsh lessons from the resistance men.

During the 33-day aggression, the Israeli occupation used its destructive war machine to destroy homes, institutions, public and private installations and infrastructure throughout the Lebanese territories, but the Lebanese national resistance and its people’s heroes  eventually won.

The Israeli brutal war machine attacked and destroyed civil neighborhoods, homes, schools, hospitals, factories, bridges and all the infrastructures.

The Lebanese national resistance fired hundreds or even thousands of rockets as a response to the Israeli barbaric bombardment.

The Lebanese resistance men confronted the Israeli occupation forces and fought with them fiercely , during which the Israeli enemy lost dozens of its tanks, armored vehicles and soldiers and failed to achieve any of its goals.

On the anniversary of July aggression, highlights of Lebanese national resistance in confronting the Israeli aggression

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