Wednesday, April 17, 2024

At least six people are wounded in the rocket strike that hit a community center in the northern border community of Arab al-Aramshe, first responders say.

One is listed in serious condition, and the other five are in moderate and good condition, according to initial reports cited by medics.
Arab al-Aramshe is a Bedouin village that is right next to the border with Lebanon. It was officially evacuated in November, but apparently some residents didn't leave. Perhaps they felt that Hezbollah wouldn't attack them, even though the terror group did kill a mother and two daughters there with a rocket in 2006. 

There is no way this was a mistaken attack. Hezbollah's weapons are accurate at short range. The community center is exactly one kilometer from the Blue Line.

The community center that was targeted is a beautiful building, especially considering that the entire town has less than 2,000 residents. It shows that the popular narrative that Israel doesn't spend any money in its Arab communities is a lie.

It looks like a charming and welcoming community. Israeli Jews and tourists enjoy eating at a local restaurant, "The End of the World to the Left - Bedouin Hospitality" and report that the owner is a wonderful person explaining the village's history.  

Here's a photo of the damage.

Hezbollah seems to be claiming it was a "military barracks."

UPDATE: It was a drone attack.

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