and the fallen soldiers who got killed in the military operation “Fajr Al Jurud”. The divers placed the pictures of the soldiers 40 meters below sea level to honor their sacrifice to their nation. https://www.facebook.com/lebanondivingcenter/videos/649241541944904/
Cedar sapling honors the fallen soldiers
A week ago, Horsh Ehden Nature Reserve decided to honor the kidnapped soldiers and the fallen soldiers by
. The director of the reserve Sandra Koussa hopes that the forest will be filled with trees that honor the soldiers that defended Lebanon and remained alive. She also mentioned that one cedar sapling for all the soldiers is not enough since each Lebanese soldier alone is a tall and a proud cedar tree. God bless the Lebanese Army!
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