News sources reported that the Lebanese army is on full alert following the presence of dozens of Zionist soldiers and citizens on the Lebanese-Palestinian border.
The official Lebanese news agency N.N.A. reported on Friday, June 19, that more than 200 Israeli militants entered the border between Lebanon and occupied Palestine near the Houla region, southern Lebanon.
The Lebanese army and United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) have been on high alert following the move, the report added.
Earlier, Lebanese sources reported that a group of 30 Israeli soldiers entered the occupied area in the al-Adisa area, southern Lebanon.
Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab recently criticized the Zionist regime’s violation of Lebanon’s land, sea, and air sovereignty and called for the continued presence of UNIFIL forces in Lebanon.
UN Security Council Resolution 1701, adopted after the end of Israel’s 33-day war with Lebanon in 2006, warns the Zionist regime against hostile actions against Lebanon, but this regime is constantly violating Lebanese airspace, land, and sea disregarding this resolution.