Kfar Kila residents receive Israeli voice messages telling them to stay away from Hezbollah
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The residents of the Kfar Kila village of South Lebanon on Thursday received on their mobile phones, voice messages in the Arabic language from the Israeli enemy, telling them to "stay away from Hezbollah".
The enemy's message also warned that the village would be in danger because of "Hezbollah's suspicious tunnels", and threatened to destroy the village.