"Israel" missed drone coming from South Lebanon, sirens sounded
A drone flying from Lebanon's southern border has raised sirens in the Israeli settlements in South Lebanon and Al-Jalil.
Al Mayadeen correspondent in occupied Palestine reported sirens in the settlements near south Lebanon and occupied Al-Jalil.
According to our correspondent, "The occupation is examining the entry of a drone over the settlements, and has also called on the air force to shoot down the drone, which entered from Lebanon and flew over the settlements in Al-Jalil."
Furthermore, Israeli media reported, quoting the occupation forces, that the drone was lost and was not shot down.
The radio station for the IOF said that an hour after the incident, they are still not sure about whether the drone has fallen or had returned to Lebanon.
"From the initial investigation, it was found that this was a small drone for Hezbollah to collect information," the media claimed.
Contact with the drone was lost in a matter of minutes after the sirens and the interception system were activated, according to Israeli media.