Ominous clouds loom over Lebanon and Israel. The two countries are technically still in a state of war, but their common borders have remained without any tension since the 2006 conflict. A UN drawn ‘blue line’ marks their borders both on land and on sea, following Israeli withdrawal from its ‘safe zone’ in southern Lebanon.
New, contentious Israeli wall
After exploiting the Syrian chaos, Iran’s revolutionary guards have come closer to Israeli bordersChristian Chesnot