Israel Exposes Hezbollah Operatives Spying on Border Disguised as Environmental Activists
The IDF exposed on Monday an observation post near the Israel-Lebanon border used by Hezbollah operatives dressed up as tree-planting environmental activists.
The post — the sixth identified by Israel along the border — is located near the Lebanese village of al-Adisa, adjacent to the Israeli border kibbutz of Misgav Am.
Evidence of the existence of five other “Green Without Borders” posts was revealed by Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon in June.
“The well-documented proof of Hezbollah’s dangerous provocation verifies that Hezbollah conducts reconnaissance activity near the Blue Line and disguises it as civilian activity, in clear violation of UNSC resolutions 1701 and 1559,” Danon told the UN Security Council at the time. “The international community cannot continue to turn a blind eye to Hezbollah’s flagrant violations of UNSC resolutions.”
Israel and Hezbollah — a Shi’a terror proxy of the Iranian regime — last fought a war in the summer of 2006. Since then, the border has remained largely quiet, with the exception of a few brief violent flare-ups.
Watch an IDF video below documenting Hezbollah’s covert activities on the Israel-Lebanon border:
“Green Without Borders” would be a great name for an environmental organization. Too bad Hezbollah made it up to disguise their terror activity along the Israel-Lebanon border. @UN @UNpeacekeeping @UNIFIL_ @Greenpeace pic.twitter.com/rvZNsHW3mw
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDFSpokesperson) October 22, 2018