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“Israeli” Soldiers into Lebanon, Abduction of Shepherd Fails
In a clear defiance of the UN Security Council resolution 1701, "Israeli" troops have once again crossed into Lebanon in a failed kidnapping operation inside the country.
"Israeli" troops crossed the border and entered the village of Kfar Shouba on Friday to abduct Lebanese Shepherd Alaa Nabaa. In a statement, the army said two 10-man "Israeli" patrols violated the Blue Line in Saddaneh in the Shebaa Farms at 1:30 p.m. and crossed 250 meters into Lebanon, in a bid to capture the shepherd.
The "Israelis" withdrew several hours later after being unable to complete their mission, following a deployment by Lebanese Army troops, the statement said.
Security sources said that Nabaa informed the army of the "Israeli" moves and managed to flee.
A UNIFIL spokesperson said the international force is investigating the incident. "Of course we are aware of the statement by the Lebanese Army and at the moment we are working with both parties to ascertain."
On the same note, Al Intiqad correspondent Fatima Shoeib reported that while the "Israeli" patrol was preparing for the abduction, and had already breached Lebanese borders by 250 meters, the soldiers were attacked by a flock of wolves, which led to the injury of one soldier and the failure of the operation.
Al Intiqad correspondent visited the area and met the shepherd Alaa, who assured that the land is private property owned by his family Nabaa.
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