Friday, 22 July 2011

Israhelli terrorists enter south Lebanon

Israhelli commandos have reportedly advanced into Tel Aviv-occupied territory in southern Lebanon, conducting sweeping operations there. On Thursday, 20 of the crack forces changed positions from the Ruweisat Alam village to the Shebaa Farms, a Press TV correspondent reported. Tel Aviv retains a state of hostility with Beirut by refusing to return farms, which it occupied alongside vast expanses of other Arab territories in 1967. The forces carried outmilitary operations over great swathes of land for an hour. However, Israhell’s unmanned reconnaissance aircraft flew for more than two hours over the occupied area and the Lebanese territory.
The spy planes frequently violate Lebanon’s airspace. Tel Aviv has launched several wars on Lebanon, killing around 1,200 Lebanese — mostly civilians — in the most recent round of offensives in 2006.
 In the deadliest of Israhelli violations to follow the 2006 war, an Israhelli patrol unit breached a border fence in August 2010. The move prompted an exchange of fire with the Lebanese military, in which three Lebanese soldiers, a Lebanese journalist and a senior Israhelli officer were killed. The Lebanese resistance movement of Hezbollah, which defended the country during Israeli wars, has vowed to respond to any new Israhelli incursions.

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