After the first Lebanon War in 1982, Israel set up a security zone in south Lebanon and for a full generation of soldiers the IDF was there, with its best troops, fighting Hizbullah and Palestinian terrorists to protect Israel from attack. Tens of thousands of Israelis served there, hundreds of soldiers were killed and more wounded. And yet, this was a conflict without a name. Journalist, author and combat veteran Matti Friedman together with Israel Rosner have made a documentary with KAN about the 18-year conflict in south Lebanon. The three-part series premiers this coming Saturday night and is called The War with No Name. Reporter Arieh O’Sullivan spoke with Matti Friedman about the documentary and the war.