The flight of two Israeli planes at a very low altitude over Beirut and its southern suburbs terrified the residents, as they carried out mock raids before leaving over the sea, in response to the flight of a “drone” belonging to Hezbollah over northern Israel, the second in two days.
The party announced that a drone had flown for forty minutes for a distance of 70 kilometers over northern Israel, after the Israeli army announced that it had fired at a march that crossed Israel’s airspace.
The Israeli army said in a statement yesterday (Friday), that “a small enemy drone infiltrated from Lebanon into Israeli territory, where alarms were activated in the Galilee region, which prompted the residents to seek shelter in northern Israel.”
The army added that “interceptor missiles were fired from the Iron Dome system,” adding that “military planes and helicopters were called, and after a few minutes the plane disappeared.”
The march was repeated for the second day in a row over northern Israel, the day after the Israeli army shot down a party march on Thursday.
Yesterday morning, the two Israeli fighters carried out a number of mock raids over areas in southern Lebanon, while the official “National Media Agency” reported that an infantry force of the Israeli forces “crossed the technical fence in the south with the support of the Hummer jeep on the military road adjacent to the technical fence”, and carried out an operation Inspection in the area.