Alleged footage shows Israeli robot shoots Hezbollah fighters in tunnel -Report
The Israeli army published a video showing Hezbollah operatives inside a tunnel, which was discovered on Tuesday, south of Kafr Kalla village in the vicinity of al-Mutla, where Hezbollah fighters shot by an armed robot.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu commented on the video, via twitter, saying: “What you saw a little while ago was filmed this morning, you are watching Hezbollah operatives being filmed inside the terrorist tunnel that dug into our territory. this tunnel will never achieve its goal and this will be the fate of other terrorist tunnels.”
ما شاهدتموه قبل قليل كان توثيقا من هذا الصباح. يشاهدون فيه عناصر حزب الله تم تصويرهم داخل النفق الإرهابي الذي حُفر باتجاه أراضينا. هذا النفق لن يحقق غايته وهذا سيكون مصير سائر الأنفاق الإرهابية. pic.twitter.com/T4D5lu8DNy
— بنيامين نتنياهو (@Israelipm_ar) December 4, 2018
Israel said earlier on Tuesday that it launched the “Northern Shield” operation in order to uncovering and foiling tunnels dug by the Iranian-backed Hezbollah group.
The Israeli army considered the recent Hezbollah acts as a “violation of UN resolution 1701”, and blamed the Lebanese government.
The Israeli army also pointed out that the commander of the Northern Command, Maj. Gen. Yoel Strik, leads the military campaign involving large forces.
Muraselon can’t verify this footage which was published by Israel, this video could probably be filmed in Gaza or somewhere else, to drag Hezbollah into a new conflict.
On Sep 27, 2018, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described what he said was a secret atomic warehouse in Tehran, showing an aerial photograph of the Iranian capital marked with a red arrow and pointed to what he said was a previously secret warehouse holding nuclear-related material.
The world will dismiss Netanyahu’s claims, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi said, according to Fars News.
“The world will only laugh loudly at this type of false, meaningless and unnecessary speech and false shows,” Qassemi said.