2 Syrian Nationals Wounded by Landmine at Northern Border-Crossing

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Two Syrian nationals were badly wounded on Thursday by a landmine at the illegal border-crossing of al-Buni in northern Lebanon, reported the National News Agency.

Ahmed Mustapha Khodr and Ahmad Abdul Karim were injured while attempting to cross the border into Wadi Khaled from the Syrian town of al-Mushayrfeh.

Khodr was immediately transported by the Lebanese Red Cross to a hospital in al-Qoubaiyat.

He will be transferred to the governmental hospital in Tripoli due to the severity of his injury.

The Syrian army had laced the Lebanese-Syrian border with landmines in attempt to curb what it called arms smuggling and the entry of defectors into Lebanon.

Comments 2
Thumb shab 10 February 2012, 01:51

Filthy Syrian Zionist army

Default-user-icon Le Phenicien (Guest) 10 February 2012, 03:18

Amazing and how for 50yrs the terrorist regime never wanted demarcation between the two brotherly Countries but finally revealed his evil intentions just like the Zionist regime in the South by placing landmines at the borders, what's the difference between Ariel Sharon and Hafez/Bashar Assad? all of sudden the two Countries require the extreme landmines for demarcation? The regime must go because it can't get worse between two arab neighbors otherwise let's make peace with Israel and remove the landmines from the South.