Israeli occupation army resorts to deploy unmanned ground vehicles at border of Lebanon of fear of a possible Hezbollah retaliation.
Al-Manar correspondent in south Lebanon Ali Shouaib reported that the Israeli move on Wednesday attributing it to concerns of Hezbollah retaliation for one of his members who was martyred in an Israeli strike on Syria earlier in July.
“Due to state of alert, waiting and concern at the border with Lebanon, Israeli HAMVIs and small Jeeps will retire. The alternative will be patrols using unmanned ground vehicles upon need,” Shouaib tweeted on Wednesday.
Hezbollah fighter Ali Mohsen was martyred earlier in July in an Israeli strike on Syria’s Damascus. The Zionist entity has been on alert since the attack. Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah during Ashura speech on August 30, stressed that the retaliation is inevitable, noting that the Lebanese Resistance movement is not in rush to do so.