2 shepherds arrested crossing from Lebanon into Israel

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October 31, 2012 20:52

 
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The IDF arrested two Lebanese shepherds who crossed the international boundary on Wednesday afternoon.

The incident occurred in the Upper Galilee region at Har Dov.

The Lebanese nationals crossed into Israel in an area where there is no fence that marks the border.

The IDF is questioning the two men, and have not ruled out the possibility that they crossed into Israel accidentally.

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