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Street vendors in the southern city of Sidon were forced to leave the streets by a group of individuals reportedly belonging to Hezbollah‘s Lebanese Resistance Brigades.
In a video posted online, the group is seen forcing the Druze sellers to pack their goods in their cars and leave the area.
“You messed with us up there,” one of the individuals told one of the fruit vendors, referring to the incident that took place in Shoya involving Hezbollah earlier on Friday.
“The Islamic Resistance is more honorable than you,” he kept repeating to the man as he was packing up to leave.
This was a few hours after people in Shoya, a Druze-majority village in the Hasbaya District, southeast Lebanon, stopped a truck that had been mounted with rocket launchers.
The village’s locals prevented the truck and those inside it from passing through, causing a scene that continued until the arrival of the Lebanese Army, which proceeded to seize the truck.
Shortly prior to that, Hezbollah announced that it had launched dozens of rockets at Israeli bases located in occupied Lebanese territory, which prompted Israeli forces to shell open fields in South Lebanon.