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In one dramatic incident in Lebanon in 2006, a platoon of four Leclercs confronted between two and five Israeli Merkava tanks attempting to enter the Lebanese village of Marwahin. After a 20-minute standoff, the two sides disengaged. The French unveiled a new upgrade, the Leclerc XLR, in June 2016, ...

The 12-strong group of peacekeepers are about to perform a foot patrol along the Blue Line near Marwahin. Lt Odway indicates on the map the ground they will cover, and reminds his colleagues to note any suspicious or unusual activity so this information can be sent to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF).
Let's inspect one Middle Eastern country whose experience with UN operations has spanned various decades and secretaries general: Lebanon, the host ... of 27 civilians on board a pickup truck that had departed the south Lebanese village of Marwahin in accordance with strict Israeli evacuation orders.
The Lebanese village across the valley is indeed cause for concern, although any outward Hezbollah presence lurks below the surface: There are no flags visible, and its forces patrol the ... It was from this base, on an equally quiet morning 10 years ago, that the Second Lebanon War was put into motion.
The residents of an Israeli town just a few kilometers away from the southern Lebanese border village of Marwahin are preparing to dig in areas where they believe Hezbollah has created cross-border tunnels. you've reached a subscriber-only article. Sign up now and access the full breadth of The Daily ...
For years, residents in his small Israeli farming community, on the northern border with Lebanon, have heard drilling under their homes, late at night. ... For months he watched in disbelief as clouds of dust appeared on the ridgeline below the Lebanese town of Marwahin and steadily moved in his direction.
As for protecting Lebanon from "hostile activities of any kind", UNIFIL has dutifully registered ineffectual complaints regarding Israel's pathological violation of Lebanese airspace, while its services during the 2006 war included denying refuge to a civilian convoy fleeing the village of Marwahin in accordance ...
Have we forgotten the 17,500 dead – almost all civilians, most of them children and women – in Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon; the 1,700 Palestinian civilian dead in the Sabra-Chatila massacre; the 1996 Qana massacre of 106 Lebanese civilian refugees, more than half of them children, at a UN base; ...
Israeli planes hit at least two communications and TV transmission towers - one in the Kesrwan mountains, east of Beirut, and in Terbol in northern Lebanon. The strike disrupted broadcasts for Hezbollah's Al-Manar television and the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation. An Israeli military spokesman said ...
Israel has being using, quite deliberately, deadly “weapons of mass destruction” in the real sense of the word against Lebanese civilians. Israel is involved in ... By destroying its civilian infrastructure and killing its people, Israel “questions Lebanon's right to exist” as a sovereign nation. Is this what is called ...


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