Residents of terror tunnel village flee as cement floods streets

Watch: Israel floods Hezbollah terror tunnel with cement, which spills out on Lebanese side into village of Kafr Kila.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Lebanese men flee
Lebanese men flee
IDF spokesperson

Cement poured out into the streets in the village of Kafr Kila in southern Lebanon, after Israeli security forces pumped the cement into a cross-border terror tunnel.

Earlier this month, the IDF launched Operation Northern Shield with the aim of locating and neutralizing terror tunnels built by Hezbollah from southern Lebanon into northern Israel.

Five such cross-border tunnels have been located since the launch of Northern Shield, including one which originated in Kafr Kila.

On Thursday, the IDF reported that forces operating on the northern border had flooded a Hezbollah tunnel with liquid cement.

Hezbollah had dug the tunnel in Kafr Kila at a site it had long claimed was used as a brick factory and chicken coop.