Hizbullah Collecting Intelligence Along Lebanese Border
By Rachel Hirshfeld The IDF has released a video documenting the way Hizbullah is collecting information along the Lebanese border, six years after the Second Lebanon War, Israel Defense reported.
The video was presented during a debriefing by Brigadier General Hartzi Halevi, Commander of the 91st Division (Galilee Formation), which is responsible for the Lebanese border sector.
“The IDF sees the connection between the ongoing events in Syria and the terror activity at the northern border, and is preparing accordingly,” Halevi said during the debriefing. “The chances of hostile activity in the border region are continuously increasing, and therefore, we are required to be prepared. There is more than just one way to violate the calm at the northern border, but the IDF will know to provide a clear and keen response against any possible scenario.”
“The challenges we face are numerous. We will have to see how we face the complex challenge that includes an enemy with multiple capabilities. However, we weill be able to operate on Lebanese soil, should it be required, and inflict considerable damage to the terror centers present there,” he added.