The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) pulled back some of the reinforcements deployed in Israel’s north amid tensions with Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah, the army said Monday.
Some of the roadblocks in the border area have reportedly been removed after a “situational assessment” conducted by the Israeli military.
While some of the additional forces deployed on the border with Lebanon and Syria are withdrawing, those remaining are still on high alert.
The withdrawal appears to hint that the IDF estimates the probability of a Hezbollah attack to be decreased in the near future as Lebanon is being rocked by economic and political crises.
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