BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:55 P.M.) – The Israeli Army continued to dig trenches in the occupied Sheba’a Farms of Lebanon, Tuesday, prompting the Lebanese Government to file another complaint with the United Nations.

According to a communique from the government, the Israeli troops were seen digging trenches in the Adeisseh area of the Sheba’a Farms by the Lebanese Army and UNIFIL forces on Tuesday.

Israeli troops were seen digging in areas that were previously blocked off by barbed wire fences.

This latest violation by the Israeli military comes just days after their troops fired three smoke grenades at the Lebanese army in the same area.

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such tempting targets… it’ll be nice to see what a toophan does to a merkhava or a namer…