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Report: Mysterious Blast in the South Linked to Hizbullah Telecom Network PDF Print E-mail
Written by Naharnet   
Sunday, 18 October 2009


Mystery shrouded a bombing in south Lebanon on Sunday with media reports saying the Israeli army blew up wiretapping devices after their discovery.

The National News Agency said Israel blew up the equipment in an area called Wadi al-Onoq which lies between the towns of Houla and Mais al-Jabal.

Voice of Lebanon radio said the blast was the result of a discovery of cables used for spying for Hizbullah.

"The blast between Houla and Mais al-Jabal was the result of a discovery of a breach to Hizbullah's telecommunications network," VDL said.

It added that two cables of 50 meters each were discovered in the area which lies near the Israeli Abbad outpost on the other side of the border.

VDL said one of the cables was used for wiretapping while the other for broadcasting.

Following the explosion, the Lebanese army and U.N. peacekeepers headed to the area to find out the causes of the blast. Panicky residents in Houla and Mais al-Jabal also ran out to the streets, according to VDL.

Meanwhile, the Lebanese army opened anti-aircraft fire on Israeli drones, which overflew Marjayoun. 
Beirut, 18 Oct 09, 08:32



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