Two Lebanese arrested after infiltrating from Israel
Lebanon's security forces arrested two Lebanese citizens Sunday as they tried to slip into southern Lebanon from Israel.
The two were detained after jumping a border fence near the Fatima Gate border crossing, close to Kfar Kila, a village some 65 kilometers (south of Beirut, Lebanese security officials said, according to AP.
The area is some 500 meters from an Israeli outpost.
Lebanese Authorities are questioning Hassan Daneen, from the village of Khiam, and Saba al-Sheikh, from Jezzine, the officials said. (Albawaba.com)
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