The IDF has blown up a Hizbullah bunker, uncovered 400 meters from the northern border near Rosh Hanikra. Deputy Commander of the Golani Brigade, Lieutenant General Gasam Alian, said that "this is a bunker that sprawls on the ground two kilometers, with shooting positions of molded concrete." He added that the bunker was advanced and connected to telephone lines. Since the ceasefire in southern Lebanon went into force the army has continued to operate in the area on a limited scale. About a week ago, IDF forces shot to death three Hizbullah gunmen near the village of Shama in the western sector of south Lebanon. None of the troops was injured. Lieutenant Colonel Emanuel Moreno was killed two days earlier during an elite unit operation in the town of Baalbek in the eastern sector. According to the IDF, the operation was aimed at preventing the smuggling of arms from Iran and Syria to Hizbullah. Army sources stated that the operation's goals "have been achieved." The army also claimed that the operation did nor constitute a violation of the ceasefire agreement, as the IDF said it reserves the right to prevent arms smuggling to the terror group.