The Zionist deputy chief of staff Aviv Kohavi and the commander of the UN peace keeping force in southern Lebanon reportedly got into a heated argument while giving a tour of the Palestinian-Lebanese border to visiting US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley.
According to the Zionist Channel 2, Haley was being briefed on the situation there by UNIFIL commander Major-General Michael Beary, who told her the situation on the border was stable and did not require further intervention.
Beary was interrupted by Kohavi, who told Haley that “UNIFIL was not doing their jobs properly and were afraid to go into the villages and cities of southern Lebanon and confront Hezbollah.”
Kohavi called on Haley to help change the mandate of the international force to enable them to disarm Hezbollah, Channel 2 says.
Haley reportedly said it was good that she got to see the reality of the Israeli occupation’s side and it would influence her work at the world body, where she has been a staunch supporter of the Zionist entity.
Source: Israeli media