Report: Hezbollah digging tunnels, placing rockets on border for next conflict with Israel

 

The paper describes the level of sophistication the tunnels are being built with, noting that they include underground ventilation systems which prevents moisture from damaging equipment.
Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah is preparing for its next conflict with Israel by digging terror attack tunnels, tracking IDF movement and positioning its large arsenal of rockets along the northern border with Israel, Lebanese daily newspaper as-Safir reported Saturday.

The report comes as a flurry of articles are being published marking the 16 anniversary of Israel's withdrawal from southern Lebanon, in which the two countries were in engaged in the so called South Lebanon Conflict from 1985 to 2000. 

"Resistance fighters are watching, making preparations and digging tunnels so enemy soldiers and settlers are losing sleep", the newspaper said.
"Observations of advanced electronic infrastructure and night-vision goggles are closely watching the border fence, which are able to transmit real-time information," the report added. 

The newspaper noted that the "preparations are being established so Hezbollah fighters can participate in combat at any moment."

The report additionally addresses the terror tunnel infrastructure Hezbollah is creating along the northern border with Israel, taking notes from their jihadi militant counterpart Hamas.

The paper describes the level of sophistication the tunnels are being built with, saying that they include underground ventilation systems which prevents moisture from damaging equipment. 

The tunnels include an electricity network and enough food to feed combatants for weeks, reads the article.

Source: Jpost

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