BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Lebanese Army has been on high alert for over 24 hours as they closely monitor the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) along the southern border.

According to a military communique, the Lebanese Army’s alert level was raised on Monday when the Israeli Defense Forces resumed their construction along the southern border of Lebanon.

The communique added that Israeli troops were constructing a border fence around the Lebanese town of Kafr Kila.

Kafr Kila has been under close watch by the Israeli Defense Forces for several weeks now as the town reportedly had two major tunnels that led into the Upper Galilee region.

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Leon mc pilibin
2019-01-22 11:32

The land thieves and murderers are at their daily work,as usual.Lebanon,don’t let them take an inch of your land,or they will be back for more.