Hezbollah Flexes Its Muscles at Israel's Doorstep With Several New Border Positions

Building these intelligence-gathering posts seems to be part of a calculated process by Hezbollah. Its goal is to place facts on the ground along Israel's border with Lebanon

Amos Harel
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It only took a few minutes for a small group of people who climbed up the dirt embankment of an IDF post along the Lebanon border on Sunday to attract the attention of the other side. A motorcycle quickly raced out, carrying two men in civilian clothes on it, and it positioned itself across from the embankment, next to the border. One of the men pulled out a camera and thoroughly photographed the group. The other man rode back and forth, until he made sure the groups of Israelis had left the scene.

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