This picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013 shows a general view of a resort near the Lebanon-Israel border, at the right side of the river, in the border village of Wazzani, south Lebanon. The $3 million complex was built in the shape of a fort includes luxury chalets, swimming pools and a sprawling restaurant, located at the foothills of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Israeli soldiers often walk up to the other side of the river to gawk at the guests having lunch while dipping their feet in the river. Lebanese businessmen are building resorts and restaurants with an aim to attract tourists to the border area that was cut off form the rest of the country until Israel's withdrawal in 2000. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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This picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013 shows a general view of a resort near the Lebanon-Israel border, at the right side of the river, in the border village of Wazzani, south Lebanon. The $3 million complex was built in the shape of a fort includes luxury chalets, swimming pools and a sprawling restaurant, located at the foothills of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Israeli soldiers often walk up to the other side of the river to gawk at the guests having lunch while dipping their feet in the river. Lebanese businessmen are building resorts and restaurants with an aim to attract tourists to the border area that was cut off form the rest of the country until Israel's withdrawal in 2000. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
This picture taken on Thursday May 23, 2013 shows a general view of a resort near the Lebanon-Israel border, at the right side of the river, in the border village of Wazzani, south Lebanon. The $3 million complex was built in the shape of a fort includes luxury chalets, swimming pools and a sprawling restaurant, located at the foothills of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Israeli soldiers often walk up to the other side of the river to gawk at the guests having lunch while dipping their feet in the river. Lebanese businessmen are building resorts and restaurants with an aim to attract tourists to the border area that was cut off form the rest of the country until Israel's withdrawal in 2000. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
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