Youth carry Hezbollah flags in Kfar Kila as an Israeli soldier takes pictures from Metulla, Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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People across south Lebanon celebrated the downing of the Israeli fighter jet over the weekend with long lunches, nargileh and selfies with UNIFIL patrols.In the town of Adaisseh in Marjayoun, dozens came to the border separating Lebanon and the Israeli settlement of Misgav Am Sunday morning to celebrate. Surface-to-air missiles fired over Syria toward the fighter jet landed in the southeastern town of Kawkaba in Hasbaya, falling in the middle of a lemon grove and near the home of farmer Shammas Shammas.Since then, the Lebanese Army Engineering Corps have taken the remains of the missile and transferred it to a military barracks while the Army and UNIFIL units continue searching for more debris.Missile parts also fell in the Bekaa Valley towns of Sireen al-Fawqa and Ali al-Nahri.
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