BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:10 P.M.) – The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) were forced to suspend their Lebanese border operation for the second time in the last 24 hours, a military communique from Beirut read this evening.

According to the communique, the Israeli Defense Forces were required to halt their operation after the Lebanese Army informed the UNIFIL forces about the IDF troops crossing the UN “Blue Line”.

The Lebanese Army has now been placed on high alert, the communique added.

On Wednesday, the Lebanese Army made a similar complaint to the UNIFIL forces after the IDF was seen crossing the border fence.

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OziGooner
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OziGooner

And where are the ‘fair’ Western leaders to comdemn Israel’s actions….??? It doesn’t even make it to the news such is the hypocrisy of Western media.

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Actually, UNIFIL is also not supposed to let Hezbollah operate south of the Litani river in any way too… In fact, UNSC resolution 1761 even orders the disarmament of ALL Lebanese militias including Hezbollocks, thus, both UNFIL and Lebanese govt. don’t fulfil their duties. Since it’s an UNSC binding resolution, any UN country can act in a way of enforcing res.1761, thus there is no Israeli action to condemn since it’s legal to act against Hezb’s armed branch in any way you want as long they will refuse to disarm, period! Moreover, in case you wouldn’t know, the west don’t… Read more »