Hezbollah said on Sunday that its forces uncovered Israeli espionage equipment in southern Lebanon.
The organization said, through its media mouthpiece al-Manar and social media arm al-'ilam al-Harbi, that a technical team discovered an Israeli spying device on the “strategic heights” of Barouk mountain in the Bekaa valley, overlooking the village of Saghbine.
The report said the device had been remotely exploded by Israel some time ago "out of fear it would be discovered," and that its pieces were scattered throughout the area.
The device was said to be encased in fiberglass and disguised as a rock. It was also powered by electric solar panels, the report said.
[Source: The Times of Israel]