Israel Fails to Accomplish First Patrol at Lebanon Border since Shebaa Operation
The Israeli occupation army’s patrol near the Lebanese-Palestinian border between the settlement of Motella and the Lebanese village of Kfarkila for the first time since Hezbollah operation in the occupied Shebaa Farms on January 28 failed as two military vehicles broke down during the enemy’s action, according to Al-Manar correspondent.
A Zionist military bulldozer dragged a Merkava tank and one of the armored personnel carriers after they broke down during the patrol.
The Zionist military patrol included a bulldozer, a Merkava tank and a number of huge personnel carriers.
Source: Al-Manar Website