Lebanon terrorist tunnels 'big enough for troops,' kidnappings

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
December 6, 2018 13:29
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Austrian Ambassador to Israel Martin Weiss quoted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu describing the tunnels found up north as "big enough for troops," on Thursday during a briefing to the Diplomatic Corps near Metula.

""These tunnels are big enough for troops, big enough to use motorcycles, to attack, to kidnap - this is a serious threat," Weiss quoted Netanyahu.

This discovery follows the launch of Operation Northern Shield, which has the goal of exposing and destroying Hezbollah tunnels along the border fence with Lebanon,







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