Lebanon’s Hezbollah Resistance Movement has discovered a number of hideouts of Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board) filled with Saudi goods in Arsal heights in Eastern Lebanon.
Hezbollah’s official media wing released several photos on Friday, showing the seized products of the Al-Nusra militants.
According to relevant reports released in late July, the Hezbollah troops entered Al-Nusra Front’s main military site in Arsal heights.
Local sources said the resistance fighters pushed Al-Nusra terrorists back from the more areas and entered the main site which was located in one of the mountains in Wadi al-Kheil region.
The sources noted that the terrorists’ site included a jail where dozens of Lebanese solders were once jailed. They had been captured in clashes with Al-Nusra in 2014 but were freed later.
Earlier, Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, warned of enemies' plots to disintegrate regional countries, noting that Israel is attempting to pave the way for Arab states' collapse.
“Attempts to disintegrate and change the geographical map of the countries in the region and the Arab world are among the dangerous plots which will merely help the enemies to attain their goals and meet their interests,” Nasrallah on Wednesday.