Israeli media deem Hezbollah UAV mission successful
Israeli media comment on Hezbollah's UAV, Hassan, and focus on "Israel's" Iron Dome and air force's failure to shoot down the small drone.
Israeli media commented Friday on the entry of Hezbollah's UAV, Hassan, into the airspace of occupied Palestine on a recon mission that lasted for 40 minutes and covered 70 km.
Nir Dvori, Israeli Channel 12 security affairs correspondent, considered Hezbollah's drone mission as 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.
Dvori examined that the occupation forces tried to shoot the UAV down twice using helicopters and the Iron Dome missile system, believing they had succeeded in intercepting it south of occupied Safad only to discover that it had returned back to Lebanon.
The security correspondent mentioned that the Israeli occupation air force is currently examining whether this drone could have been detected earlier and whether there could have been ways to successfully shoot it down.
Dvori indicated that Hezbollah is trying to gather intelligence information on "Israel", noting that the Israeli occupation's systems have failed to detect the UAV this time.
Israeli Channel 13: Sirens sound in Al-Jalil and Safad since 2018
For his part, Or Heller, Israeli Channel 13 security affairs correspondent, said that for the first time since 2018, sirens were sounded in Al-Jalil and Safad north of Palestine as a result of Hezbollah's drone.
Heller highlighted that the Israeli occupation forces hastily summoned warplanes and Apache helicopters in an attempt to shoot down the UAV.
The Israeli correspondent pointed out that Hezbollah, Iran, or Hamas, are currently focusing on using drones, aircraft, and small planes, that are difficult to be detected and intercepted by "Israel".
"Israel" expected to witness two catastrophes
For its part, Israeli channel Kan indicated that the occupation forces will investigate the failure of the Iron Dome system to intercept Hezbollah's UAV, Hassan.
The channel quoted an Israeli security official as questioning the ability of the Israeli occupation air force to intercept 3,000 missiles and rockets on the occupied Palestinian territories when it failed to stop a single drone, noting that "Israel" is not ready for that.
The Israeli security official revealed that "Israel" is expected to witness two catastrophes in the short and long term, that will cost it thousands of people, infrastructure, and set back decades.