Israeli forces pursue construction of cement wall in Adeisseh
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Israeli forces pursued on Friday the construction of a cement wall in Adeisseh amidst heightened Lebanese army mobilization, and under the supervision of the international peace keeping forces in the region.
At noon on Friday, MP Kassem Hashem toured Adeisseh and inspected the Israeli breach in said region.
“Lebanon will face this Israeli breach, whether at the political level or otherwise,” he said, stressing the importance of the tripartite army-people-resistance defense formula “to force the enemy to stop its violations."
“The United Nations is responsible for this Israeli aggression,” he said, calling for "an end to the breaches of the enemy, which is always thirsty for our land and waters."