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April 26, 2013 11:49 am

Report: Israel, Lebanon Deploy Troops Along Border “To Prevent Any Military Escalation”

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Both Israel and Lebanon have deployed more troops along their respective borders following the interception of a drone attempting to breach Israel’s airspace on Thursday.

According to the state-run National News Agency, the Lebanese army and the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) deployed heavily along the border “to prevent any military escalation.” Lebanese media also reported the increased presence of Israeli troops.

Lebanese media outlets also reported Friday afternoon that the Israeli Air Force was conducting mock raids over southern parts of the country.

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  • jerry hersch

    Yet the Lebanese national armed forces have seemingly no ability to prevent Hazbollah units from free transit through Lebanon and entering Syria to get Lebanon completely embroiled on that front..or perhaps it is that the Lebanese Armed Forces,along with the rest of Lebanon,realize that there is effectively NO border.

  • jerry hersch

    It is the Zahle area that should be the most watched…epecially transit infrastructure.

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