Watch: Inside Hezbollah’s largest cross-border terror tunnel built to murder Israeli families
Israel in January discovered the deepest, longest, and most detailed cross-border terror tunnel dug by the Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror group.
The tunnel dug from the Lebanese town of Ramyeh — just 800 meters from the border — reached a few dozen meters into Israel, and descended 55 meters underground.
The terror tunnel was fully equipped with electricity, communications, ventilation, with everything needed for Muslim terrorists to invade Israel from Lebanon in order to murder Israeli civilians.
An IDF soldier affixed a mezuzah on the exit door of the terror tunnel. All the tunnels are in Israeli hands now.
Hezbollah has been digging this and other terror tunnels for years, in direct violation of Resolution 1701 which ended the 2006 war between Israel and Hezbollah.
Lebanon and Israel are still technically at war. Israel is currently building a wall along the 130-kilometer frontier to block Hezbollah terror group attempts to infiltrate into Israel in order to murder Jews.