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The following are the Islamic-Resistance operations that took place during the month of March in 2000...

Islamic Resistance Performs 54 Operations in March 2000

This March, "the Islamic Resistance" performed 54 operations; whereas "the Lebanese Brigades for Resisting the "Israeli" Occupation" performed 24. Totally, the operations were 78.
The Islamic-Resistance operations killed 9 Lahd militiamen and wounded 8 others, the enemy acknowledged, adding that an "Israeli" soldier was wounded in an operation the Lebanese Brigades performed.
The Resistance sources confirmed the same number of casualties but said one more Lahd militiaman was wounded.

Operation Teir Harfa, March 1, 2000

On March 1, 2000, the Islamic Resistance attacked Teir Harfa Site, where a number of Lahd militiamen were positioned.
The Lahd Militia's radio said three militiamen were wounded in the operation.

Operation Ain Qania, March 1, 2000

On March 1, 2000, an Islamic-Resistance group gunned down 5 Lahd militiamen in Ain Qania. Here below are the operation details:
The group overcame the occupation's safety measures and set a perfect ambush some meters away from an ambush set by a Lahd force (between Ain Qania Town and Ain Qania Site).

While the Lahd militiamen were riding a military "Willys Jeep", the fighters machine-gunned them and launched their hand grenades. Whereas the fighters killed 5 and wounded 1, none of the "Israeli" soldiers or Lahd agents dared approach the operation zone before 40 minutes.
In the meantime, another Resistance group attacked Ain Qania Site, preventing it from engaging in the battle and backing up the force under fire. A third Resistance group did so for Abu Qamha Site.

News issued in Hasbaya reporting that a force of Lahd militiamen left their site on Ain Qania Hill at midnight and set an ambush at the northern east side of the town, 800 m from Ain Qania Site. Having been monitoring the Lahd force's movements, the Resistance fighters implanted an explosive close to the ambushing Lahd force.

The deceased militiamen were: Mustapha Ismail Abu Haweeleh and Raamez Faayez Ashoufi (from Shebaa Town), Moneer Ali D'aibis (from Shwaya Town), Ghassan Fouad Alloud (from Ain Qania Town), and Afif Hamad Ashoufi.
The operation further devastated the Lahd Militia. To act, the "Israeli" Chief of the so-called "Northern Command" Gabi Ashkenazi visited "the East Sector" of the occupied region.

A Zionist military source in occupied al-Quds (Jerusalem) acknowledged the 5 militiamen were killed. Information added that 9 militiamen refused to "serve" at any of the sites along the frontline (facing Hasbaya).

Operation Shkief, March 4, 2000

On March 4, 2000, a group of "the Lebanese Brigades for Resisting the "Israeli" Occupation" attacked Zionist troops positioned at Shkief Fort.
A Zionist military source acknowledged a soldier was wounded. "Israeli" media added the soldier was wounded by the shrapnel of a mortar shell dropped near his group.
A military vehicle transported him to Marjeeyoun, where a military helicopter transported him to "Ram Bam Hospital" in Haifa.

Operation Houla, Operation al-Herdoun, March 7, 2000

Anew, some Islamic Resistance fighters overcame all military and security measures the enemy took along the international borders with occupied Palestine. On March 7, 2000, the fighters blasted a Lahd squad patrolling on Houla Route. The fighters confirmed the patrollers suffered casualties.

For now, another Islamic-Resistance group lay in ambush at the entrance of al-Herdoun Site. Using different kinds of arms, the fighters made a Lahd-Militia force at the entrance suffer serious casualties.
A militiaman was wounded on Houla Route. Another was wounded, and a third was killed in the attack against al-Herdoun Site, acknowledged the Lahd Militia.

Islamic Resistance Bombards Sites by Borders, March 15, 2000

Having warned the enemy not to assail civilians, the Islamic Resistance retaliated for the enemy's aggressions. On March 15, 2000, "the Islamic-Resistance Artillery" launched many rocket sets and heavy-cannon shells against the "Israeli" sites of Thahr el-Jamal and Birket Reesha at the Lebanese borders with occupied Palestine.

By that, the Resistance confirmed "readiness to maintain the balance of terror anytime the enemy decides to breach "the April Agreement" and assail the dear people."

About 30 rockets hit the sites aforementioned, estimated Lahd-Militia sources.
Besides, on March 22, 2000, the Islamic Resistance retaliated when the enemy assailed the towns of Kfartibnit and al-Mansouri. The Resistance's Katyusha rockets struck the "Israeli" sites of Birket Reesha, al-Abbad, and Ramieh at the Lebanese borders with occupied Palestine. The rockets brought about serious damage to the sites.
Also on March 29, 2000, "the Islamic-Resistance Artillery" opened a barrage of fire against al-Abbad Site, causing it serious losses.

Unique Operation Markaba, March 21, 2000

On March 21, 2000, the Islamic Resistance again overcame all security measures of the "Israeli" enemy and Lahd agents. The Resistance executed agent Hussein Shahla in occupied Markaba Town. Here are the operation details:

An Islamic-Resistance group sneaked into the town, approaching the site where the Lahd Militia's "70th Battalion" was located. Overlooking the place was the Zionist al-Abbad Site, the Zionist ad-Dawaweer Site, as well as the Lahd sites of al-Qabaa', Mash'aroun, and al-Mhaysbet.

Now being almost 4 m away from the Lahd agent, the fighters machine-gunned the agent, killing him at once. As a T-54 tank, positioned in the surroundings of al-Qabaa Site, tried to strike the fighters, an Islamic-Resistance group shelled it, preventing it from offering any back up.
Another Islamic-Resistance group, too, used their machineguns and rocket shells to hit the different sides of Mash'aroun Site. Almost for 40 minutes, the Resistance artillerists violently clashed with the site garrison.

Also another Islamic-Resistance group attacked al-Qabaa Site, which tried to engage in the battle. The artillerists' machineguns and rocket shells resulted in serious damage at the site and prevented it from accomplishing its mission.
Sources in the occupied region said the fighters led agent Shahla out of his house before executing him. Here below is a résumé on Shahla's life, according to the Islamic Resistance:

-Name, surname: Hussein Abdul Amir Shahla
-Mother's name: Roqaya Haidar
-Born in Markaba in 1973
-Military number: 101,645

-In 1992, agent Shahla was recruited in "the Lahd Militia Security System". Supervising him was agent Abdo Darweesh (known as Abu Rabie'). Darweesh arranged for Shahla's meetings with a Zionist officer in occupied Palestine.
To camouflage his collaboration, the Lahd Militia "arrested him" and "imprisoned" him at "al-Khiyam Concentration Camp". There, he inflicted harm on many detainees.
In 1997, he joined the Lahd Militia and "served" at Mash'aroun Site until his execution.

Operation al-Borj, March 22, 2000

On March 22, 2000, some Islamic-Resistance fighters bombed a heavy explosive while a Lahd squad was on a search patrol on the way to al-Borj Site.
The bomb injured two Lahd militiamen, one of who was in a critical condition, the Lahd Militia acknowledged.

Operation Beit Lif, March 23, 2000

Having accurately monitored the movements of Lahd militiamen at Beit Lif Site, an Islamic-Resistance group attacked some militiamen positioned inside the main site mound on March 23, 2000. The Resistance artillerists resulted in serious damage to the mound and wounded or killed each of the militiamen positioned inside.
An ambulance was seen evacuating the casualties.
Militiaman Ahmad Nasrallah was killed. Two others, Ali Abed Dhaher as-Sayyed and Serhan Muhammad Hammoud, were wounded, acknowledged the Lahd militia, adding the three militiamen were from Beit Lif Town.