On Photo: Israeli residents of the northern city of Haifa are seen through a destroyed post office after a rocket attack in Haifa
In retaliation to the unabated brutalities of the illegal Zionist entity, a rocket barrage by the Hezbollah defenders of Lebanon on Haifa in the northern part of the usurper state of "Israel" reportedly killed two Zionists and wounded 14 others on Sunday.
The actual fatality of Sunday's defensive missile barrage on Haifa is, however, believed to be in several dozens including the wounded. Because of tight censorship by Israel the exact casualty figures in the Zionist entity has been ignored by the Western media.
The confusion was evident from the contradictory reports emerging from the Zionist entity regarding Sunday's missile barrage by the Hezbollah defenders of Lebanon. Haaretz newspaper Web site said 10 rockets had hit Haifa, Zionist regime's third largest city and a favored target for the Lebanese guerrilla group. The army put the number at five.
In related news, the retaliatory attacks launched by Lebanon's Hezbollah combatants against Zionists positions in the northern part of Occupied Palestine has injured 90 Zionists.
According to the Zionist news sources, a number of Zionists injured in Hezbollah's missile attacks on Kermail, Naharia, Zarait and the strategic port of Haifa, are in critical conditions.
Due to Hezbollah's attacks, there has been a power cut in the Zionist settlements of Kermail and Naharia.
Meanwhile, Iran's al-Alam Arabic TV News Network announced as a result of the defensive missile attack of the Hezbollah fire has spread across the Zionist townships of Sefad, Meskaf-Aam and Naharia.
Earlier on Sunday, Hezbollah announced it has destroyed three Israeli tanks in southern Lebanon. In these clashes, at least 20 Zionist troopers were killed and according to latest reports Hezbollah has trapped a number of other Zionist invaders.
Al-Alam News Network reported that the Zionist Army has called for the dispatch of the Israeli reserve forces to Maroun-ar-Raas warfront in southern Lebanon where severe fighting is raging.