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January 28, 2015 5:41 am

IDF Drills Near Lebanese Border as Locals Fear Hezbollah Tunnel Attacks

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IDF shelled Hezbollah strongholds in southern Lebanon after Wednesday morning's anti-tank rocket attack on troops. Photo Ch. 2 News screenshot.

IDF shelled Hezbollah strongholds in southern Lebanon after Wednesday morning's anti-tank rocket attack on troops. Israeli troops are now drilling near the Lebanese border amid fear of Hezbollah tunnel attacks. Photo Ch. 2 News screenshot.

Jerusalem Post – The IDF has begun drilling in search for possible tunnels near the norther community of Zir’it, which is situated close to the Lebanese border.

Military sources on Wednesday said the drilling was being carried out in response to a request by local residents to rule out the possibility of Hezbollah attacks in the area.

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