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Nineteen days after the start of the Israeli offensive against the Gaza Strip, the Lebanese daily Al Safir reported Wednesday that southern Lebanon had witnessed the build-up of Israeli armored vehicles - tanks, military vessels and Apache helicopters - along the border.
"The Israeli army has mobilized its troops along the border from the western Lebanese village of Naqurah to the southern border village of Al Wazzani."
Citing military officials from Lebanon, the daily added that Israeli forces had also fired flares into the Lebanese territory.
While the report adds that the Lebanese army is on high alert, informed sources told Press TV's correspondent in Beirut that Hezbollah has also put its members on red alert.
Wednesday saw at least three rockets fired from the area of Habaniyeh in southern Lebanon into Israel. No casualties among the Israelis have been reported. Within minutes of the attack, Israel responded by firing eight rockets into southern Lebanon.
Following the rocket exchange, Israel sent telephone warnings to residents of southern Lebanon threatening to start a second front.
Originally posted by deltaboy
Hezbollah needs to fire more rockets if they want to protect their brethren in Gaza. Firing 2 or 3 shows how much commitment they have for the people of Gaza.
Originally posted by Black_Fox
Sparta also fell victim to the same problem,too many enemies and not enough people to fight the wars.
So Israel shouldnt be so anxious to take on so many countries at once.
History warns against that.
Originally posted by dooper
I assure you that the mistakes that the Israelis made the last time when fighting Hizballah have been corrected. The Israelis never make the same mistake twice.
Originally posted by ZeroKnowledge
My guess that it is Iranian propaganda attmept. Israel fired flares? Owww, masses of Israeli troops have to be there.