Tear gas Go ahead and shoot yourself Israeli soldiers against a bulldozer the Lebanese army Hey UN peacekeepers which intervene to separate the two parts. A brief encounter with no immediate consequences, but enough to ratchet up the tension along the way Blue line which marks the border between Israel and Lebanon and is located precisely in a disputed area near the Shebaa Farms. It’s about the second episode A clash between the two countries occurred within days of the one on September 23 last year.
The army itself reported the new moment of tension Beirutalong with nearby media Hezbollah, the armed Lebanese Shiite party. According to their reconstruction, a Lebanese Army bulldozer attempted to open a road in a disputed Blue Line areaBastarra areawhen she found herself under military tear gas canisters Tel Aviv. At this point, United Nations peacekeepers intervened and worked along the line of contact with the mission Unifil. In some videos circulating on social media, a Hezbollah operative can be seen close to some Israeli soldiers, separated only by a few blue helmets.
The Bastarra region has been in the media and political spotlight of both countries for weeks. In fact, Hezbollah placed a tent And two monitoring rooms on a nearby hill, in a part of the territory that extends beyond the Blue Line, while the Lebanese army has been trying for days to open a dirt road to connect this area with the asphalt road leading to the nearby town Kfar Shuba.