Hezbollah sends drones towards disputed field with Israel

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“On Saturday afternoon, 7/2/2022, three unarmed drones of different sizes were launched towards the disputed area at the Karish field to carry out reconnaissance missions,” Hezbollah said in a statement on Saturday. reports that“the mission has been accomplished, and the message delivered,” the resistance movement added.

This came after earlier on Saturday, the Israeli military alleged that its air defense forces had intercepted "three hostile UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles), which approached the airspace over,” what it described as, “Israel's economic waters."

An Israeli “security source” also claimed that the regime had shot down three unarmed "hostile drones," which had been flying from the direction of Lebanon towards gas rigs in the disputed field.

Hezbollah had warned in early June that the movement is “ready” to take action if the Lebanese government confirms that Israel is violating the maritime rights of the country, after a gas drilling ship arrived in disputed Mediterranean waters to conduct hydrocarbon exploration for Israel.

Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Sheikh Naim Qassem told Reuters at that time that Hezbollah is ready to take action, “including by force,” against Israeli gas operations in the disputed waters once Beirut adopts a clearer policy.

2022.07.03 / 10:15
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