Israel kills two Lebanese hunters; Lahoud, Annan: killing was inside Lebanese territories
Lebanon-Israel, Politics, 12/11/2003
Lebanon, yesterday and through UNIFIL, recovered back the bodies of the two Lebanese young men, Khuder Mustafa Orabi ( 22 year old) and Mahmoud al-Hadi ( 23 year old), who were killed by the Israeli forces on Tuesday while they were hunting in the liberated part of al-Wazzani river.
Meantime, the Lebanese foreign ministry filed a complaint to the UN against Israel, in protest of its crime, while the Hizbullah party said that what the Israeli occupation forces did is "a grave action and a flagrant violation, and a condemned crime" stressing that the "Zionist enemy itself will shoulder full responsibility and the results accumulated from this crime."
The Lebanese National Agency For Media reported that President Emil Lahoud, yesterday and before the inauguration of the world summit for information society in Geneva, in which he delivered Lebanon's speech, raised the issue of the killing of the two Lebanese hunters in the south, by the bullets of the Israeli forces.
Lahoud explained to UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, that the aggression took place inside the Lebanese lands, and that Israel is fully responsible for this act, especially as the two victims are from Kafer Kalla town, in south Lebanon, and knew well the border area, and had not crossed the borders towards the Israeli territories as alleged by Israel.
Worthy mentioning that Kafer Kalla town will hold today a funeral ceremony for Orbai and al-Hadi.
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