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Hezbollah Parades Military to Flex Muscles at Israel

Hezbollah parade, November 2016 (Photo: twitter)

Over the weekend, Hezbollah held a rally in Syria in order to show off the threats it poses to Israel. Algemeiner's Ruthie Blum reports on the parade held by the Lebanese terror group that displayed its military:

In what is purported to be a flexing of muscles for Israeli consumption, the Shi’ite terrorist group Hezbollah held a military parade in Syria on Sunday, to show off its armored vehicles and anti-tank missiles, Israel Defense reported on Monday...

This is not the first time that Hezbollah has issued veiled — and not-so-veiled — threats against the Jewish state since its last war with Israel in Lebanon in 2006. And today, with its enhanced role as an Iranian proxy on the ground in Syria, fighting on behalf of President Bashar al-Assad — and with Russian backing — the terrorist group has become further emboldened.

This is why, as The Algemeiner reported at the end of August, the IDF has been undertaking a large-scale engineering operation to secure the Lebanese border against infiltration by Hezbollah terrorists into Israel. As part of this operation, members of the IDF Northern Command Combat Engineering Corps are digging trenches and erecting a fence around the seven-mile-long area of Har Dov (also known as the Shebaa Farms) — a strip of land at the intersection of the Lebanese-Syrian border and the Israeli Golan Heights...

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