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On The 21st Anniversary Of Hizbullah’s Ambush At Ansariyeh, We Celebrate The Event That Shook ‘Israel’ To Its Rotten Core

by Jonathan Azaziah

Today should be called Eid Amaliyat Ansariyeh. As what happened on this day 21 years ago in the town of Ansariyeh in Lebanon’s ever-gorgeous, ever-resilient Jnoub, changed everything. Because of this truth, it should be celebrated regionwide. Worldwide even. For Hizbullah’s Ambush at Ansariyeh was, at the time, the most concussive, most remarkable, most comprehensive defeat of the usurping Zionist entity’s occupation army in history. As a standalone operation, it still very well may hold that distinction to this day. Continue reading On The 21st Anniversary Of Hizbullah’s Ambush At Ansariyeh, We Celebrate The Event That Shook ‘Israel’ To Its Rotten Core