Hezbollah – Military Training Near the Border with Israel

How effective are UNIFIL and the Lebanese Army in enforcing 1701? Is UNIFIL able to fulfill its mandate? Marwahin – Near the border with Israel. Mock military drills of the Lebanese resistance battalions militia operating under the auspices of Hezbollah. Adjacent to a UNIFIL base.

The video, which shows an exercise of occupying an outpost and kidnapping, was published in honor of Jerusalem Day. On the top left is written, “Ballaa'” (report). On the upper right in yellow is written World Jerusalem Day. “Ballaa” is a Persian news website affiliated with the regime.

Did UNIFIL / Lebanese Army try to prevent the training? This is a militia that belongs to Hezbollah and its operatives are not Shiites.

Reminder – Resolution 1701 stated that any presence of military forces and weapons of any kind between the international border with Israel and the Litani River is prohibited, with the exception of those of the Lebanese Army and UNIFIL. Neither the Lebanese army nor UNIFIL can enforce 1701 on Hezbollah. In the past, Hezbollah still tried to hide and disguise its military presence. Today, it no longer makes an effort…

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Tal Beeri

Tal Beeri

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