"Hezbollah village," whence dozens of Lebanese went to demonstrate along the border with Israel, hosted an "Exhibition of Martyrdom and Victory." Visitors were able to review the organization's weapons, including antitank and antiaircraft missiles, and according to reports in Lebanon, even watch IDF soldiers live across the border.
A few days later, Hezbollah media published images documenting the so-called "spyware facilities, broadcasting and photography," employed by the IDF. The exhibition is in Meiss Ej Jabal in southern Lebanon.
Intelligence researcher Ronen Solomon, who runs the Intel Times blog that covers Hezbollah, has investigated the village, which, according to Lebanese media, recently attracted much attention from Israel. According Solmon, Meiss Ej Jebel is a decidedly Hezbollah-aligned village.
On February 16, Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah addressed the annual rally in memory of the leaders of the organization, including Imad Mughniyeh. Nasrallah threatened to attack the ammonia tank in Haifa and Dimona's nuclear reactor.
A few days later, the exhibition opened. It displays weapons and military equipment that the organization used during its conflicts with Israel.
The exhibition took place at a Shiite house of worship that simulated the environment in which the organizations' personnel operate during clashes with Israel. In one corner of the exhibition, according to the report, live footage was broadcast showing Israeli outposts on the border between the Jewish state and Lebanon. Many organized visits to the exhibition came from villages and towns in the region, including students.