The Israeli military has warned residents of southern Lebanon against aiding Hezbollah
The Israeli military on Friday released leaflets for the first time over the village of Kfar Chouba in southern Lebanon, warning residents against aiding the powerful pro-Iranian Hezbollah, according to resident testimony. Agence France Presse (AFP).
“Early on Friday morning, a drone dropped leaflets above the village, which fell between houses”, a village resident told AFP. Another resident said the leaflets were blown twice by the wind blowing from the border village.
“To the residents of South Lebanon, we inform you that the terrorist Hezbollah is infiltrating your homes and lands”The document says. “For your safety we must stop this terrorism”Adds text, warning people that helping Hezbollah will expose them “at risk”.
Since October 8, the day after the war in Gaza between Israel and Hamas began, the border between Lebanon and Israel has been the scene of increasingly intense firefights, mainly between the Israeli army and Hezbollah. The latter claims to have entered the war supporting Palestinian Hamas.
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