Israeli Army Uproots Trees, Steals Soil on Entrance of Adaisseh

The Israeli army uprooted several trees that are located outside the technical fence on Lebanon's southern border and also stole the soil at the entrance of the town of Adaisseh, the state-run National News Agency reported Wednesday.

Two excavators carried out logging and uprooting trees outside the fence between Kfar Kila and Adaisseh with the support of a Merkava tank and a number of Humvees.

Moreover, excavators drag massive amounts of the soil extending the machine's hands from above the fence.

The Lebanese army and UNIFIL were on alert and have monitored the Israeli acts on the border.

The technical fence runs parallel to the Blue Line hich was established by the U.N.

On Tuesday, an Israeli boat VENUS violated the territorial waters to a distance of 8.5 miles off the al-Bayyada beach, and then sailed back to the Haifa Port.



Source: Naharnet

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