Coming from southern Lebanon . a march that creeps in in Israel and disappears

The Israeli military announced on Friday that its air defenses fired at a drone that crossed Israeli airspace in the second such incident. in few days.

In a statement, the army said that “a small enemy drone has infiltrated from Lebanon into Israeli territory, where alarms have been activated in the Galilee region, prompting residents to seek refuge in northern Israel.”

Gather information?!

He also added that “the interceptor missiles were launched from the Iron Dome system”, noting that “they were called military planes and helicopters, and after several minutes the plane disappeared and the incident is under investigation”.

The Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent explained that F-16 fighters and attack helicopters were mobilized to drop gear, noting that the Iron Dome missed it.

Additionally, some sources have reported that Israeli forces may be responding somewhere to the drone launch, fearing they have gathered intelligence information.

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Hezbollah marches

Interestingly, the Israeli army also announced yesterday that it shot down a Hezbollah drone launched from Lebanese territory. In a statement released by “Agence France Presse” he stated that “he shot down a drone belonging to the terrorist organization that infiltrated Israeli airspace”.

He also stressed that he will continue to work to “prevent any breach” of the country’s security.

The growth of aerial reconnaissance

Interestingly, Israeli security sources warned last January that drones that were recently shot down after crossing the border from Lebanon revealed the growing aerial reconnaissance capabilities now enjoyed by Iranian-backed Hezbollah.

Also, two days ago, the Hezbollah leader claimed that questlast was in able to manufacture rallies and even sell them, in a country where more than half of the population suffers from poverty after the tragic deterioration of economic conditions, and the lira has lost 90% of its purchasing power.

Interestingly, the Israeli military, near the Lebanese border, has an air command center that includes around 20 officers whose mission is to monitor the party’s drones. in largely supported by Iran.

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