New details emerge: At least 5 Kornet missiles fired in Hezbollah ambush of IDF soldiers

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January 28, 2015 18:24

 
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A preliminary military investigation following the Hezbollah attack on military jeeps near the border with Lebanon on Wednesday revealed that guerillas with the Lebanese Shi’ite group launched missiles from a distance of at least four kilometers.

The military vehicles travelled on a civilian road in the village of Ghajar two kilometers away from the border when they came under a heavy Hezbollah ambush, consisting of at least five Kornet missiles, a senior army source said. He estimated that the attackers were four to five kilometers away from the vehicles.

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