Occupation Army Looking for Two Who Crossed Border
Two people who crossed the border from Lebanon are being sought by the occupation army according to the Israeli media.
Israeli media reported that the occupation army is in looking for two people who crossed the border from Lebanon into the occupied territories at night. Moreover, settlers of two nearby settlements were instructed to stay inside.
Ground and air forces were reportedly involved in the search for the two to be arrested, according to the media.
The operations were concentrated in the "Dovev" settlement area in the occupied Golan Heights.
Following that, the occupation army claimed that it had arrested two people who had crossed into Golan Heights from southern Lebanon, implying that the suspects were most likely immigrants.
Following the arrest of the two, the proceedings were terminated. According to Israeli media, the soldiers used "fire flare bombs and helicopters", and "as a precaution, several roads between the 'Biranit' military base and 'Sasa' settlement, as well as another road between the archeological ruins of Bar'am and Bar'am settlement, were closed, and residents of the area were asked to stay inside."