No battles, just peace-keeping
If Turkish soldiers are to in fact head to Lebanon, their role will encompass "peaceful works" only, and nothing having to do with battle. Turkish soldiers would not engage in any clashes, and would, to the contrary, facilitate the re-building of many sites which have been destroyed in the Israeli attacks on Lebanon.
In order for Ankara to be able to send Turkish soldiers to Lebanon, the Turkish Parliament (TBMM) must first authorize a bill proposing this action. In recent years, the Turkish military has been involved in peace-keeping action in Afghanistan, Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Albania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.