Hezbollah drone downed over Palestinian territories
The Israeli occupation army announces the downing of a Hezbollah drone after it crossed Lebanese territory towards the Palestinian territories.
Following the successful flight of a Hezbollah UAV over occupied Palestinian airspace, the Israeli occupation forces announced the downing of the drone.
An IOF statement said that their forces detected and shot down a Hezbollah drone after crossing from the Lebanese territory to the Palestinian territories. The statement added that air control units monitored the drone during the incident.
In February of this year, the Israeli occupation admitted its failure to bring down the Hassan UAV launched by the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon towards the occupied territories of Palestine.
The resistance confirmed that the plane flew 40 minutes on a reconnaissance mission, stretching for a length of 70 km in Palestine, adding that it returned safely despite all the enemy's multiple and successive attempts to bring it down.
Nir Dvori, Israeli Channel 12 security affairs correspondent, considered Hezbollah's drone mission successful and noted that the drone was on an intelligence-gathering mission.
He pointed out that the drone might have been carrying a photographing device and was not armed, adding that its size was relatively small, making it very difficult to be detected.