A few days ago, the IDF presented footage of a Hizbollah terrorist approaching a hidden camera inside a tunnel located on the Lebanese border – before running away like a frightened mouse when a device attached to it exploded.
Following the release of this footage, Israeli blogger Abu Ali decided to replicate Hamas’ tactics in “outing” IDF soldiers: he posted the following on Facebook in multiple languages (hat tip: Yoel):
Israeli forces succeeded in uncovering Hezbollah’s tunnel activity on 4/12/2018. A photograph of an activist from the special Hezbollah force involved in the excavations was exposed.
Anyone who knows details about this person is requested to send me via Facebook.
By chance, the name of the Hezbollah operative matches the name of the military wing of Hamas … so I did not even have to remove their logo from the picture.
Now let us examine the power of the internet. Share and write to your friends from abroad: Arabic, English, Portuguese, etc. People with connections in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran and Latin American countries Pictures, details, everything. .
For your convenience, I will publish in the first response the Arabic text.
I promise to publish all the information that will be collected about him as a result of this project in the coming weeks.
The ball is now yours.
Ah yes, the power of the Internet! The identity of the terrorist was subsequently revealed: Imad “Azaladin” Fahs, a commanding officer in Hizbullah’s tunnel unit. There’s some more interesting details in the below video, including the fact he trained with Mexican drug cartels.
Here’s hoping this curtails his ability to travel throughout the world…preferably due to his demise.