Kerala-based indian killed in anti-tank missile attack...


According to authorities cited by news agency PTI, an anti-tank missile fired from lebanon on monday impacted an orchard near the town of Margaliot, which is near Israel's northern border. The missile caused two injuries and killed one indian person from Kerala. The missile impacted a plantation in Margaliot, a moshav (communal agricultural settlement) in the northern Israeli region of Galilee, on monday morning at around eleven in the morning, according to Zaki Heller, a spokeswoman for rescue services Magen David Adom (MDA).


Specifically, who are the Indians?

Kollam resident Patnibin Maxwell, from Kerala, died in the missile strike. His lifeless remains have been recognized by Ziv Hospital, according to government sources quoted by PTI. Bush They said that Paul Melvin and Joseph George were receiving medical attention in hospitals after suffering injuries. "George was taken to the Beilinson hospital in Petah Tikva after suffering injuries to his face and torso. After surgery, he was kept under monitoring and is now fully recovered. He was able to speak with his relatives in India," a government source told PTI. Melvin, who had minor wounds, was admitted to Ziv Hospital in the northern Israeli city of Safed. He is from the idukki district of Kerala. One foreign worker lost their life in the event, and seven others were injured, according to a previous report from the MDA.

Who fired the missile?

The Shia Hezbollah organization in lebanon is believed to have carried out the strike, according to PTI. Every day since october 8, the group has been launching rockets, missiles, and drones at northern israel in support of Hamas amid the current combat in the Gaza Strip. MDA reports that two of the seven foreign workers who were injured in the incident were seriously hurt. Israeli air Force helicopters and ambulances took the injured workers to hospitals in Beilinson, Rambam, and Ziv.

Israeli military forces respond

The israel Defense Forces (IDF) said on monday that they had attacked the launch site with artillery in retaliation. Additionally, the Israeli Defense Forces (MIDF) claimed to have struck two Hezbollah locations: one in the southern lebanon region of Ayta ash-Shab and the other at a compound where the organization was holding meetings. Hezbollah has been bombing Israeli military installations and villages in the north since october 8, saying the attacks are in support of Gaza.







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