Israel Just Captured 300 Goats In South Lebanon

Israel Just Captured 300 Goats From Lebanon

The Israeli military captured hundreds of goats from Lebanese territory, the National News Agency (NNA) reported on Friday.

The Israeli forces that seized the farm animals from Lebanon drove them to a military base in the occupied Roueisat Al-Alam area.

The livestock belongs to a Lebanese national identified by the initials “M.H.,” who is based in the southeastern Lebanese village of Shebaa, according to the NNA.

Neither the Lebanese Army nor UNIFIL has commented on the incident, as of the time of writing.

The incident comes hours after Lebanon lodged a new complaint to the United Nations about Israeli violations of U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, in response to the Israeli airstrike on Syria that was conducted from Lebanese airspace late on Thursday.

Notably, this is the second time Israeli forces have stolen goats from Lebanese territory in the past month.

In July, the military captured 500 goats in the occupied Kfarchouba hills of southern Lebanon to pressure shepherds into leaving the area, releasing them a day later.

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