Website Linked To Lebanese Hizbullah Counts Attacks Against Israel By Other Iran-Backed Groups

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June 17, 2024

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On June 13, 2024, Al-Khanadiq, a news website affiliated with Hizbullah, provided a tally of attacks conducted by some of Iran-backed militias against Israel.[1]

Attacks By Houthis

According to the website, through June 7, Yemen's Iran-backed Ansar Allah movement (the Houthis) conducted 184 operations in support of Gaza, 41 of them against Israel; 127 against foreign ships, and six against aircrafts.

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Attacks By Islamic Resistance in Iraq

Al-Khanadiq claimed that until June 8, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq which consists of several Iran-backed Iraqi militias had conducted 389 attacks, including 90 attacks against American targets in Iraq; 89 attacks against American targets in Syria, and 109 attacks against Israeli targets.

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Attacks By Gaza-Based Factions

Tallying attacks conducted against Israel by Palestinian factions in Gaza, Al-Khanadiq reported that these groups had launched 9,230 missiles from Gaza, targeting 164 Israeli towns and 327 military gatherings.

It further claimed that Gaza-based factions had carried out 159 ambushes; were engaged in 462 clashes with foot patrols, and had targeted 39 surveillance drones and 17 military helicopters.

Attacks By West Bank Groups

Al-Khanadiq reported that in the West Bank, Palestinians carried out 3087 "resistance acts," including 638 shootings at Israeli soldiers, 24 assassinations targeting Israeli soldiers, and 393 clashes with Israeli foot patrols.

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