Israeli media: Air force, intelligence services on high alert
The high alert status is imposed largely by drones, which are considered "a new battle against Israel in the region."
The official Israeli broadcaster Kan News has reported that Israeli air force and intelligence services are on high alert, considering the events that took place last month, particularly in regards to drones, which are considered "a new battle against Israel in the region."
Israeli media commented Friday on the infiltration 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.
Last month, Al Mayadeen correspondent in occupied Palestine had reported sirens in the settlements near south Lebanon and occupied Al-Jalil.
Read more: Hassan UAV flew 70 km into occupied Palestine over 40 minutes: Hezbollah
Furthermore, Israeli media reported, quoting the occupation forces, that the drone was lost and was not shot down.
Contact with the drone was lost in a matter of minutes after the sirens and the interception system were activated, according to Israeli media.
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 and infrastructure and set it back decades.
Al Mayadeen sources: 4 Israeli officers killed in intelligence HQs strike in Erbil
On March 13, sources for Al Mayadeen reported that the Israeli security and intelligence headquarters, which was bombed in Iraqi Kurdistan, is a major operations center and not a secondary one for the Israeli Mossad.
The sources confirmed that "Four Israeli officers were killed, in addition to seven wounded, four of whom are in a critical condition," explaining that "the same headquarters was responsible for an intelligence and aggressive operation against Iran in recent times."
They indicated that on February 14, six Israeli drones were launched from the heart of Iraqi Kurdistan and targeted a camp in Iranian Kermanshah, adding that "as a result of Israeli aggression, Iran bore significant losses."
"Iranian monitoring agencies and their security capabilities confirmed that the headquarters near the Salah Al-Din resort was the decision-maker and the executioner," the source added.
It stated that "the Iranian missile bombing today targeted the same military intelligence headquarters in Kurdistan."
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guard Corps announced that it had targeted a "strategic center for Zionist plots" in northern Iraq with missiles, using "powerful and accurate missiles."
On Saturday night, Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Baghdad reported that several missiles fell in the vicinity of the US Harir base near Erbil Airport, the capital of the Kurdistan region of Iraq.
Israeli government websites down: Israeli media
A blackout has affected all websites of the Israeli government, causing users to lose access to the cabinet's pages, Israeli media reported Monday.
Users reported that they were unable to load the Israeli websites, Israeli media added, noting that even the occupation's ministers were unable to log onto the websites.
"The reason behind the blackout is unknown," Israeli media suggested, noting that investigations were ongoing to determine the cause of the massive wave of 404s.
The cyberattacks prompted "Tel Aviv" to put its National Cyber Directorate on high alert.
An Israeli security official admitted, according to Al Mayadeen's correspondent, that the cyberattack had affected several Israeli government websites, including the websites of the premier, the ministry of justice, the ministry of internal affairs, the ministry of health, and the ministry of trade.
Israeli media: The threat posed by Hezbollah to "Israel" is increasing dramatically
The Israeli "Israel" Hayom website indicated, today, Wednesday, that the threat posed by Hezbollah to the Israeli occupation army in general and to the air force, in particular, is increasing significantly.
The occupation army cited the increasing challenge, as evidenced by the limitation of Israeli drone flights in Lebanon's airspace, for fear of being hit by anti-aircraft fire from Hezbollah.
The site also said that Hezbollah is working to disrupt Israeli activities in Lebanon's airspace and enhance protection, a topic that "Israel" must find a solution for before it becomes entrenched and reflected on additional activities in the region.
The official broadcaster, Kan, reported today that the Israeli air and intelligence security services are on high alert, after a series of events during the past month, especially with regard to drones, which constitute a new battle against "Israel" in the region.