Hezbollah Hits Hard ISIL’s Military Positions at Lebanon-Syria Border
Hezbollah pounded the terrorists’ military positions with artillery and heavy machineguns in the mountainous regions near the Syrian border.
The Hezbollah fighters have recently targeted the border regions with Syria, killing and wounding a considerable number of the ISIL terrorists.
Last Friday, the Lebanese army’s intelligence forces managed to kill an ISIL emir named Ahmed Yousef Amoun who was in charge of recruiting militants for the terrorist group in Eastern Lebanon.
In early September, Hezbollah fighters targeted a gathering of the Fatah al-Sham Front terrorist group (the newly-formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as the al-Nusra Front) in Northeastern Lebanon, killing and wounding a number of Takfiri militants.
The Lebanese Hezbollah Resistance Movement struck the main bunker used by the Takfiri terrorists in Dahr al-Howa on the outskirts of the Northeastern border town of Arsal, according to the Lebanese resistance movement’s War Media Center.
ISIL and the Fatah al-Sham Front terrorists have been entrenched on the outskirts of Arsal since August 2014, when they briefly overran the town.
The Lebanese Army and Hezbollah strike their posts on a near daily basis along the restive border region to keep them at bay.