Reports: IAF jets fly low over southern Lebanon

Reports: IAF jets fly low over southern Lebanon – Israel News, Ynetnews.

Lebanese channel also says Israeli helicopters, patrols are observed in the area

Roi Kais

Published: 05.12.13, 14:14 / Israel News

Lebanese media reported Israeli Air Force warplanes were hovering since Sunday noon over southern Lebanon and conducting mock attacks at a low altitude. The report comes one week after Israel allegedly launched a series of airstrikes at military research facilities around Damascus from Lebanese territory.

According to the report by Lebanese news channel Al-Nashra, four F-16 jets circled low over the Lebanon-controlled territories of the Hermon Mountain, the towns of Marjeyoun and Khiam in southern Lebanon, and the western Beqaa Valley of Lebanon. It was also reported that Israeli helicopters flew over the Shebaa Farms and the Golan Heights, and that IDF patrols were also observed in the border area.

A Western intelligence source said last week that the alleged Israeli strike against several critical military facilities targeted Iranian-supplied missiles to Hezbollah.

Earlier on Sunday Syria‘s Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi has rejected Turkey’s allegations that his country was behind two car bombs that killed 43 people in Turkey and wounded dozens more. The minister told a news conference Sunday that “no one has the right to make false accusations.”

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3 Comments on “Reports: IAF jets fly low over southern Lebanon”

  1. Lebanese sources: Intense Israeli air, ground activity – Debka

  2. Various Lebanese sources report intense Israeli military activity Sunday along the Israeli-Syrian and Lebanese borders. Witnesses describe Israeli warplanes as making aerial passes over south Lebanon, ground forces moving along the Golan border with Syria and attack helicopters flying over Mts Hermon and Dov and the Shaaba Farms.

  3. Lujack Skylark Says:

    Assad will do something stupid and Damascus will be destroyed. (Isaiah 17:1) The Jewish prophet Isaiah is right on target on his prophecy given some 2600 years ago.

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