Two months ago, an Israeli security official provided The Washington Post with a map detailing no less than 550 bunkers, 300 surveillance sites and 100 other facilities the Jewish state believes belong to Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon.
Most of the sites marked on the map, which appeared in the American newspaper, are located south of the Litani River.
Ten arms caches are marked on another map featuring an aerial view of the Al Khiyam village in south Lebanon. The weapons storage facilities are located in close proximity to medical centers and schools.
The daily quoted a senior Israeli commander as saying, “Our interest is to show the world that the Hezbollah organization has turned these villages into fighting zones.”
Posted on May 26, 2011
Source: (Excerpts of an article by Ynet, Ynetnews, May 25, 2011)
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