IDF Spokesperson to Lebanese residents: Evacuate buildings over tunnels

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 9, 2018 16:48
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IDF spokesperson for Arabic media Avichay Adraee recommended to citizens in the area of Kfar Kila and Ramia in Lebanon to "temporarily leave" the buildings on his Twitter page, following the discovery of terror tunnels built by Hezbollah that reach under the areas.

"We are determined to neutralize these tunnels, and we do not know what the outcomes of these actions on the relevant buildings on the Lebanese side," the Twitter post said.Adraee demanded, "Is it not time for you to insist that Hezbollah give you clear answers? Are you living in safety when you know that your houses are located above a barrel of explosives?"

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