Lebanese villagers attack UN peacekeeping patrol

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 3, 2010 20:07




Villagers in southern Lebanon took weapons from UN peacekeepers and threw eggs and stones at their patrol on Saturday, Reuters reported.

The incident occurred after a UNIFIL patrol arrested a youth who had been part of an argument in the village of Kabrikha.  When they they took him to a neighboring town, angry residents surrounded their patrol and took their weapons.

Lebanese army forces came to the UN peacekeeper's aid, retrieving their weapons and releasing the arrested youth.


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