The Lehava extremists were given guidance before on how to infiltrate the events, such as wearing colorful clothing and using slang terms popular among the LGBT community.
The Goldin family warned it would remove its gloves and stiffen its battle to secure the release from Hamas of the remains of Lt. Hadar Goldin and St.-Sgt. Oren Shaul.
Ambassador Dorothy Shea's comments criticizing Iran-backed group have been described as 'a flagrant aggression on the sovereignty of our country and its national dignity'
Spraying graffiti on the walls of cities and bicycling have become popular Lebanese pastime amid the coronavirus crisis