FLASHBACK - Christmas day - Lebanon army: 7 missiles ready to be fired at Israel found in south Lebanon
Lebanese authorities discovered seven missiles aimed at Israel in southern Lebanon, an official Lebanese news agency reported Thursday. The missiles are currently under inspection to determine whether they were enabled for launch, and they will subsequently be dismantled, the news agency reported.
The missiles were found five kilometers from Lebanon's border with Israel, in an area which is considered a Hezbollah stronghold but is officially under the jurisdiction of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), in accordance with UN Security Council resolution 1701. Under the terms of the UN resolution, it is forbidden to station weapons in this area.
Two senior officers said that the rockets' timers were activated, and one of the officers said the rockets were to have been fired overnight Thursday.
Which means these rockets were put in place and the timers activated BEFORE ISRAEL STARTED BOMBING GAZA ON THE 27TH!