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Three members from a Lebanese Israel resistance group, killed in strike in southern Lebanon

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The "Amal" movement in Lebanon, which has been fighting Israel since October 7, announced three deaths from its ranks.

Amal is an ally of Hezbollah © Mena Today 

The "Amal" movement in Lebanon, which has been fighting Israel since October 7, announced three deaths from its ranks: Ali Hassan Issa, Muhammad Hossein Said and Qassem Nazaar Baru. 

According to the movement, the three died "while fulfilling their national duty of jihad and in defense of Lebanon and the south." 

According to the Lebanese "Al-Janoubia" website, known for its opposition to Hezbollah, the three died in an attack on a house in the town of Kantara in southern Lebanon. 

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