IDF removes suspicious packages planted by Hezbollah terrorists on the Israeli border

IDF forces repaired two of the three damaged locations on the border fence with Lebanon after a serious security incident last night.

“We can confirm that no infiltration from Lebanon into Israel occurred”, the IDF said in a statement.

This is a severe event. We hold the Lebanese government responsible for actions from its territory”, the IDF added.

Hezbollah terrorists damaged the border fence overnight in three different locations along the Blue Line.

After a number of suspicious objects were found, the IDF designated the three locations as closed military zones and used robots and drones to remove them.

 

IDF forces continue to conduct routine patrols and activities along the border.

Earlier this week, an Israeli drone strike targeted a vehicle belonging to the Hezbollah terror group near the Lebanon-Syrian border.

In a video shared on social media, the vehicle’s four terrorists are seen leaving the car after a first strike struck the ground near the vehicle, which was carrying a weapons delivery from Syria.

It’s unclear if the first strike missed the target or it deliberately missed the car in order to warn the terrorists and give them time to escape.

According to Arab reports, the strike targeted Mustafa Mughniyeh, the son of arch-terrorist Imad Mughniyeh, a senior Hezbollah terrorist who was eliminated in a joint Israeli-US operation in 2008.

Last week, the IDF has released footage of the head of Assad’s Syrian Armed Forces First Corps, Luau Ali Ahmad Assad. He’s been captured visiting Iranian-backed Hezbollah terror group positions in Syria. 

“Look closely. See the man with white hair? That’s the head of the Syrian Armed Forces 1st Corps, Luau Ali Ahmad Assad. He’s visiting Hezbollah positions in Syria.

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