Hassan UAV flew 70 km into occupied Palestine over 40 minutes: Hezbollah
Hezbollah announces launching a UAV into the occupied Palestinian territories, affirming that it returned to Lebanon despite the successive attempts to down it.
The Islamic Resistance in Lebanon announced Friday launching a UAV, Hassan, into the occupied Palestinian territories.
The resistance reported that the UAV went on a recon mission that lasted for 40 minutes and covered 70 km in occupied Palestine, adding that it returned "unharmed despite the Israeli occupation's repeated attempts to down it."
Al Mayadeen correspondent in occupied Palestine reported hearing sirens in Al-Jalil and settlements close to Southern Lebanon.
Israeli media reported conflicting news about the incident, while our correspondent reported that the occupation was examining the flight of a drone over the settlements.
The Israeli occupation admitted its failure to down the UAV, which it said had entered occupied Palestine from Lebanon.
Israeli fighter jets flew over Beirut at a very low altitude following the event.
Israeli Channel 13 military affairs commentator Or Helle tweeted: " Another major failure for the Iron Dome system in the north, which raises many difficult questions."
The Israeli Army Radio said that The Hezbollah drone entered Israeli airspace at 11:50, where it was immediately identified. After a few minutes, it disappeared from radar, and its location remained unknown for two hours to the Israeli occupation forces.
Israeli KAN Arab affairs correspondent said if the supersonic booms in the Beirut skies as a result of the Israeli warplanes actions were the "reaction" to Hezbollah's UAV, then a problematic equation is created here [for the Israeli occupation].