There's only one Lebanese prisoner confirmed to be in Israeli prison: Samir al-Kuntar. He is not a captive. He made an amphibious landing in Israel in '79, massacred an Israeli family and a police officer, and was convicted and sentenced in an Israel civilian court of law. Case closed. All other Lebanese were freed in 2004, and the maps of the land mines were given to Lebanon (I mean Hezbollah) in exchange for the dead bodies of 3 kidnapped Israeli soldiers and one live Israeli civilian kidnapped from Dubai. Israel fulfilled its withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000, and was given a clean bill of health by UN. Then Hezbollah said Sheba is still occupied Lebanese land, though UN repeatedly denied the truth of this. Even if Israel withdraws from Sheba, Hizbullah has another card on the table: the "6 village issue".
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from the article: Between Katzrin and Nahariya