Israeli forces ordered to stop work on wall near Lebanese border | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Israeli forces ordered to stop work on wall near Lebanese border

Israeli forces Wedneday were forced to halt construction of a cement border wall opposite the southern Lebanese village of Kfar Kila after the Lebanese Army disputed several points planned for the wall.

The incident occurred hours after dozens of Israeli forces deployed in the area after Syria shot down Israeli missiles that were launched over Lebanese territory the night before, and also as a separate Israeli operation continued nearby to block alleged “Hezbollah tunnels” with cement.

A team from the Lebanese Army’s Geographic Affairs Unit was seen standing behind a border fence and marking disputed areas just beyond it. The Army then informed UNIFIL personnel on the ground, who in turn ordered the Israeli soldiers to move back seven meters behind the planned course of the cement wall.

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