Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Hezbollah claims IDF entered Lebanese territory

The IDF has concealed spyware and surveillance equipment near the Lebanese village of Mis El-Jabl, in the area adjacent to the Blue Line defined by the UN as the border demarcation between Israel and Lebanon, according to claims by the Hezbollah terrorist organization.

The organization claims that IDF soldiers crossed the border in the region of the Blue Line at 1:20 A.M. and buried the spyware equipment. "The Israeli enemy penetrated through the technological barrier surrounding the village of Meiss Ej Jabal, in the Qurum a-Shiqui region near the Blue Line, and planted spy gear in the area," Hezbollah posted on one of its Twitter accounts.

Arab media outlets reported that Israeli Air Force fighters struck Syrian army positions just outside of Damascus early Wednesday morning. Some reports have claimed that the strikes also targeted a bus carrying Hezbollah terrorists.

Hezbollah denied that its forces were targeted by Israeli fighters near Damascus.
Israel has been accused of carrying out a number of strikes in Syria since the beginning of the Syrian civil war in order to prevent the smuggling of advanced weaponry to Hezbollah. (INN Report)