Lebanese army confronts Israeli bulldozer at Meiss El Jabal borders
An Israeli bulldozer, protected by several occupation soldiers, attempts to bulldoze outside the so-called "Blue Line".
The border area between Lebanon and occupied Palestine witnessed a state of alert by the Lebanese army after an Israeli occupation bulldozer breached the so-called "Blue Line".
The Lebanese army forced the Israeli occupation military to stop excavation work in the Karkazan area on the Lebanese-Palestinian border on the outskirts of the village of Meiss El Jabal, after an Israeli bulldozer, protected by several occupation soldiers, attempted to bulldoze outside the "Blue Line".
The Lebanese Army brought in more reinforcements and personnel, in addition to the presence of the UNIFIL forces, the Lebanese security services and army intelligence, and the residents of the region.
It is noteworthy that last month, Lebanese youths from the village of Kfar Chouba in southern Lebanon removed barbed wires placed by Israeli occupation forces and filled in a tunnel they had dug in the area.
Residents of #KfarChouba stand against the Israeli violations of #Lebanon's sovereignty as the occupation set up barbed wires and began digging a tunnel into the area.— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) June 9, 2023
Residents of the Lebanese border village are still confronting the Israeli forces in the area as the IOF deploy… pic.twitter.com/7Uv61zKGif
Later, Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the Lebanese Army set up points in the area, in an affirmation of Lebanon's sovereignty and its territorial integrity over the land.