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Hezbollah Airs Footage of Ambush That Started 2006 War

It has been ten years since Israel's last war with Hezbollah, the Lebanese terror group. Now, Israel Hayom reports, a television station in Lebanon with ties to the terrorist organization is airing a documentary about the ambush of IDF soldiers that set the 2006 conflict in motion:

The Lebanon-based Al Mayadeen television station, which has close affiliations to Hezbollah, broadcast on Saturday evening the first installment of a three-part documentary series marking a decade since the Second Lebanon War.

The makers of the series have promised to show "never before seen footage" of IDF reservists Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev, whose abduction in July of 2006 by Hezbollah terrorists, during a routine patrol along the northern border, ignited the 34-day military conflict.

In the segment broadcast Saturday, viewers can see footage of the last minutes of Goldwasser and Regev's border patrol in an IDF Humvee, which came under attack at 8:40 a.m. on July 12, 2006.

Hezbollah's notorious military chief at the time, Imad Mugniyeh, is also documented overseeing the training for the abduction. Mugniyeh was assassinated in Damascus, Syria, in February 2008...

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