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The Israeli citizen who crossed the border into Lebanon at the end of last month was returned today (Monday) through the Rosh Hankara crossing.
The man, 30 years old from the village of Arab al-Aramsha near the border with Lebanon, was transferred back to the territory of the country in coordination with UNIFIL and the Red Cross. He will later be transferred to the security forces for investigation. The security forces in the border sector
identified the man who crossed on his own accord and followed him. L, who passed the information on to the Lebanese security forces.
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In the same week, another Israeli citizen crossed the border into Lebanon in the Matula area.
In Northern Command you will investigate the incident in an attempt to trace the person's identity and understand the background to the incident.
Media in Lebanon reported that he was taken in for questioning by the security forces.
In March of last year, an Israeli citizen resident of the village of Arab al-Aramsha crossed the Lebanese border and was returned an hour later to Israeli territory.
The suspect was handed over to the police.
The citizen crossed the border at night.
When soldiers noticed what was happening, they called for him to return but without success.
The fence in the Metula area (Photo: Reuven Castro)
In December 2021, the IDF announced that an Israeli citizen who had crossed the border into Lebanon about a month before had been returned to the country's borders. The citizen, a Bedouin in his 20s, returned in coordination with UNIFIL and foreign authorities.
At the beginning of that year, a 25-year-old resident of Modi'in Illit climbed a two-meter-high indicative fence that sends an alert in response to contact - and moved to Syria.
There, she arrived in a Syrian village near the border with Israel and the locals discovered that she was Israeli, and handed her over to the Syrian security forces.
In July of last year she was sentenced to eight months in prison for leaving Israel illegally, leaving Israel and attempting to leave Israel illegally.
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the northern border