’Israel’ Fears Hezbollah Infiltration into Northern Settlements

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01-02-2018 | 11:45

Roni Daniel, the military commentator for “Israel’s” Channel 12, said that in recent years the “Israeli” army has been carrying out large-scale engineering work to reshape the terrain on the border with Lebanon in a bid to prevent a [Hezbollah] infiltration into the northern settlements.

"Israeli"-Lebanon border

“In exchange for every settlement adjacent to the fence and in places where there are more than four settlements adjacent to the fence, the army creates a 15 to 20 meter-high escarpment, which makes it difficult for the infantry to try to infiltrate,” Daniel wrote in his article published on “Israel’s” Channel 12 website.

He further added: “It is clear that such actions do not guarantee complete success, but they may impede or at least hinder Hezbollah forces that will try to reach a settlement.”

“The engineering operation led by Deputy Chief of Staff Major General Aviv Kochavi, when he…

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