IDF intercepts Hezbollah drone

The IDF announced it brought down the drone, which flew from Lebanon into Israeli airspace and is believed to have been operated by the Lebanese terror organization

IDF intercepts Hezbollah drone

The Hezbollah drone intercepted by the IDF. Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit

The IDF announced Thursday that it had intercepted an unmanned drone belonging to Lebanese terror group Hezbollah. The drone appears to have flown from Lebanon into Israeli airspace, where it was brought down by IDF forces.

“The IDF is constantly operating on Israel’s borders to discover and intercept airspace infiltration. The IDF sees this violation of sovereignty severely, and sees the state of Lebanon as responsible for actions performed from its territory”.

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