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"Today's attack caused the most severe damage": Avivim Winery was hit by an anti-tank missile - Walla! News

2024-02-21T20:01:15.049Z

Highlights: "Today's attack caused the most severe damage": Avivim Winery was hit by an anti-tank missile - Walla! News. There were no casualties from the missile, but much damage was caused to the place. The owner of the place, Meir Biton, told immediately after the attack about the place he inherited from his father: "I invested everything I had in the place." On the economic losses as a result of the war: "Close to 4 million NIS."


There were no casualties from the missile, but much damage was caused to the place. The owner of the place, Meir Biton, told immediately after the attack about the place he inherited from his father: "I invested everything I had in the place." On the economic losses as a result of the war: "Close to 4 million NIS." On the government he said: "It is time to take responsibility for what is happening here"


Avivim Winery was hit by a Hezbollah anti-tank missile/courtesy of the photographers

Avivim Winery was hit earlier today (Wednesday) by an anti-tank missile fired from Lebanon at the seat. There were no casualties as a result of the shooting, but a lot of damage was caused to the place. Meir Biton, the owner of Avivim Winery, spoke about the place after the incident: "This is a winery that my grandfather founded in Morocco and upon his ascension To Eretz in 1953, he continued it in Moshav, and then my father continued it," he said. "All these years it was a family winery and I turned it into a commercial business.

I invested everything I had in the place, and my son joined me and is already the fourth generation in the winery."

The IDF bombing in Lebanon in front of the Avivim Winery which was hit by an anti-tank missile/Ali Ashkenazi

The damage at Avivim Winery.

today/courtesy of those photographed

Biton commented on the rocket fire: "There have already been two anti-aircraft missiles fired that caused damage near the winery, but today's impact caused the most severe damage," he added. "In addition to the winery, I am also responsible for the MDA point in Moshav, but when we were evacuated, they decided to transfer me to the MDA station in Safed." He also said that "my family and I moved to a hotel in Tiberias and there I live with our entire community, which is actually my big family, the Avivim family," he said.

The damage at Avivim Winery.

today/courtesy of those photographed

"We don't see the end and in the meantime I had to give up the last harvest. We were supposed to start harvesting the grapes on October 8, but the army forbade us to go to the vineyards. The damage caused to me since the war started already amounts to 4 million NIS."



Beaton concluded "Yesterday I was at the winery.

Very lucky that the missile was not fired when I was there.

Enough, enough, it's time for the government to take responsibility for what is happening here.

What other country would allow shooting like this on its settlements?

We are being played.

We are earth people.

We are not interested in politics.

We just want to return to our homes, to the land, to our vineyards and orchards."

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Source: walla

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