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Uploaded on Sep 21, 2010

An explosion that rocked a home in southern Lebanon on Friday was caused by a Hizbullah arms cache secretly stored inside the three-story building, the IDF claimed on Saturday. There did not appear to be any casualties from the blast, which set off a large fire, shown on video footage taken by IDF unmanned aerial vehicles dispatched to the home in the village of Shehabiyeh. The UAV footage showed a pillar of smoke rising from the home and a group of people pushing a car out to the street below. Witnesses said Hizbullah officials sealed off the area, pushing away journalists and cameramen. Located about 40 kilometers from the border with Israel, the home belonged to Abdul Nasser Issa, a low-level Hizbullah operative. That time the IAF also dispatched a drone which filmed Hizbullah operatives removing what appeared to be missiles from the house and loading them onto a truck. The drone then followed the truck which drove to a nearby village and unloaded the weaponry at another home.

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