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Hezbollah Turns 200 Lebanese Towns into Launching Pads

IDF map of Hezbollah infrastructure (Photo: twitter/IDFSpokesperson)

Since the Second Lebanon War of 2006, Hezbollah has been busy readying itself for the next conflict with Israel. Arutz Sheva's Ben Ariel reports that the IDF has published a map of the more than 200 towns the terrorist group has taken over in order to place rocket sites, headquarters, and weapons warehouses:

The map includes nearly 10,000 potential IDF targets about which Israel has collected intelligence in recent years, and is presented to all the foreign diplomats who visit Israel, according to Channel 2 News. It was recently presented by Israel’s UN Ambassador Danny Danon as well.

Israel’s goal in using the map is to show the world the truth about Hezbollah, and warn that despite the fact that Hezbollah is currently investing most of its efforts on the civil war in Syria, it continues to rearm and prepare for a confrontation with Israel.

According to foreign reports, Israel continues to prevent Hezbollah’s military buildup by launching air strikes on arms shipments meant for the terror group, most of which come from Syria.

One of these air strikes attributed to Israel came last week, when Arab media reported that Israel targeted a convoy of cars belonging to the Hezbollah terrorist group...

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