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How Did The Enemy Interpret The Lebanese-Palestinian Border Fence Incident?

How Did The Enemy Interpret The Lebanese-Palestinian Border Fence Incident?
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Translated by Staff, Source: Hebrew Media

"The message is clear. Hezbollah demonstrated an impressive operational ability by reaching the border at points that are not being observed by our monitoring centers."
This is how a military analyst for “Israeli” Channel 13 characterized two particular incidents. Alon Ben-David was talking about the targeting of a Lebanese car on the Syrian border and the opening of three holes in the fence along Lebanon’s border with occupied Palestine.
"The hole was not only cut. It was rather cut between two columns. And this means that their message is ‘if I could get here, I could have gotten to Jephthah settlement, Metula, and Avivim, but I chose not to be there,’” Ben-David added. "This means that you, the ‘Israeli’ army, are sending me a message. So, go ahead and receive this signal in return: every operation you carry out, you will receive a response from me."
Regarding the bombing of a Lebanese car on the Syrian border, Ben-David indicated that "one missile from an “Israeli” drone was fired and hit the side of the car before it crossed the border."
"As you can see, these people are serious. They understood the message and did not panic. They moved forward, took the bags from inside the car, and made sure to close the door. These are not people who panic," he added.
In Ben-David’s opinion, Hezbollah members fully understood the situation. "They fully understood what was happening, but they did not panic. A minute and forty seconds after launching the first missile, a second missile was launched destroying the SUV. Hezbollah sent a message that any operation of this sort would be met with such a response."
Bin-David pointed out that "the matter is worrying, and this is part of the broader complications in the north. If you look at the map, you see 1000 blind spots, and observation posts cannot see them. And on the other side there are bushes and areas that contain very dense forests."