The Israeli occupation army acknowledged Friday that a “declassified map” it released earlier this week showing alleged armed deployment by Hezbollah across southern Lebanon was merely an illustration.
The army said that the map, which Israeli media said was circulated to foreign diplomats as evidence of its Lebanese foe’s hostile intentions, was not based on any new intelligence.
The admission came after the data it contained was picked apart by online activist Judge Dan.
The Zionist occupation army released the map on Tuesday with symbols showing alleged Hezbollah rocket launchers, infantry positions and tunnels in almost every village in south Lebanon.
It is worth noting that it is not the first time that the Zionist army posts such maps in preparation for launching a political propaganda against Hezbollah in the context of justifying any possible aggression on Lebanon.