Lebanese army chief urges troops to raise alert in face of Israeli threat

Lebanese army chief urge

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November 21, 2009 09:31

 
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Lebanese Army commander Gen. Jean Kahwaji has instructed his troops to raise the level of alert along the border with Israel in preparation for "the possible Israeli threat on the homeland," London-based Alquds Alarabi reported on Saturday. Kahwaji's remarks were made in a statement published ahead of Lebanon's independence day, which will take place on Sunday.

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