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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Another Lebanese border incident

There was another incident on the Lebanese border on Monday. Fortunately, this one did not end in shooting or in deaths or injuries.
Tensions were high on Monday at the Mahmoudieh region in southern Lebanon after the Lebanese army went on alert when an Israeli bulldozer started digging a water duct into Lebanese territory from the Israeli side of the border.

A patrol from the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) soon arrived on the scene and stopped the bulldozer's activity.

Contacts are underway to determine the full details behind the incident.
YNet gives a little perspective.
The Lebanese news agency reported that the Lebanese Army has raised its alertness in south Lebanon's western front near al-Mahmoudia after an IDF bulldozer entered the area in order to dig a water canal.

A UNIFIL patrol stopped the bulldozer and initiated negotiations between the parties. The IDF Spokesman's Unit said in response that the force was engaged in routine activity and did not cross the border.
Isn't it great that UNIFIL is finding ways to keep itself occupied while the Hezbullah missile buildup continues? What could go wrong?


At 1:10 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

Unifil is an arm of the United Nazi divisions of the OIC. They are corrupt liars.

I wouldn't be surprised if the Israelis found tunnels under the border.


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