Kfarchouba (Arabic: كفرشوبا), also known as Kafarchouba and Kfar Shuba, is a Lebanese village in the Hasbaya District of the Nabatieh Governorate in Southern Lebanon. It is situated in the region of Arkoub, at 1256 m above sea level and 130 km from Beirut. Located on the borders of Palestine and the Golan Heights, not far from the Shebaa Farms, it overlooks in depth both Israel and the Lebanese Bekaa, which makes it a strategic military location. Hezbollah claims that Israel is still occupying the general area in which the village is located, known as the Kfar Chouba Hills. It stands in mountainous terrain.
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