Israeli military forces released footage showing a man inside an alleged tunnel discovered in the area of Metula on Tuesday, who the Israeli military claims is a “Hezbollah operative.”

On Tuesday morning, the Israeli military announced the discovery of what they claim is a network of underground tunnels build by Hezbollah, which reportedly began in the Lebanese area of Kafr Kila and crossed the border into Israel around Metula.

 

Video credit: IDF 

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This story irritates me because it does not make clear whether the man was actually taken into IDF custody or merely “captured” on film.

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That looks like netunbooboos son in law looking for a way to escape.. The other one was netunbooboos son trying to leave with his husband.

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israhell is always untrustworthy just like its master lucifer

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That looks like netunbooboos son in law looking for a way to escape.. The other one was netunbooboos son trying to leave with his husband.

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If it is trye, They found it by help of spy in the resistance group

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In fact according to israeli news the men were only caught on camera inside the tunnel, not captured as AMN-Fake news trying to make believe the retarded people following his news site. AMN reporters pretend they are from Lebanon but they are calling the Israeli army an IDF, it is totally impossible that arabs lebaneses call the Israeli army as IDF, most commonly they call them “Israeli occupation army” or those who are pro-west call them “Israeli army”. So I don’t think AMN is from lebanon, a country that is in state of war with Israel where the repression against… Read more »

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