Israel has today released images of Iranian special forces reported to be a & # 39; killer bumblebee & # 39; prepare for an attack on the Jewish state – as well as photos of the dead it neutralized Saturday during an air raid.
Planes hit Iranian Quds Forces and Shiite militias near Damascus, Syria, confirmed an Israeli military spokesman on Saturday.
The Twitter page of Israel Defense Forces today released the surveillance video of soldiers carrying a weapon over wasteland.
It was endorsed: & # 39; IDF intelligence can now release the surveillance footage of Iranian Quds Force agents in Syria with a killer bum they wanted to use for an attack on Israel. & # 39;
It added: & # 39; How do you foil a murderous drones attack? Killer intel. & # 39;
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The Israel Defense Forces Twitter page has released the surveillance video (photo) of soldiers carrying a weapon over wasteland
The power added: It added: & # 39; How do you foil an attack of murderous drones? Killer intel
During the weekend, Israel launched air strikes on Beirut, Eastern Lebanon and Syria, in a dramatic increase in tensions in the region.
Today, the IDF also posted photos of the men killed in the strike in Syria and claimed that they were & # 39; Lebanese Shiite militia agents & # 39; goods.
It was said that the men were Hasan Yousif Zbib and Yasir Ahmad Dahir and believe that they stood behind the attempt to attack Israel with murderous drones and were killed when we thwarted the attack.
The photos, claiming the IDF, show the men who fly to Iran to attend training with drone operations & # 39 ;.
The IDF said the men Hasan Yousif Zbib and Yasir Ahmad Dahir were and believe they were behind the attempt to attack Israel with murderous drones and were killed when we thwarted the attack & # 39;
Israeli planes hit Iranian troops near Damascus on Saturday that were planning & # 39; killer drones & # 39; to launch targets in Israel, an Israeli military spokesman said
Israel says it has carried out hundreds of strikes in Syria against Iranian targets trying to establish a permanent military presence there and against advanced arms deliveries to the Lebanese-backed Lebanese militia Hezbollah.
Early on Monday morning, Israeli air strikes were also aimed at a Palestinian faction that was loyal to the Syrian government in Eastern Lebanon.
The state-run news agency NNA said that & # 39; three hostile attacks & # 39; after midnight the eastern mountains of Lebanon near the city of Qusaya hit & # 39; where the People's Front for the Liberation of the Palestinian General Command has military posts & # 39 ;.
It is understood that after midnight on Sunday there were three strikes (one in the photo), which struck a basis for a Syrian-backed group known as the People's Front for the Liberation of Palestine
Air strikes by Israel against Palestinian factions in Lebanon, such as this one, have been rare in recent years. Pictured: Israeli soldiers patrol the border village of Ghajar, on the border with Lebanon
The army also said that before the dawn on Sunday, two Israeli drones had violated Lebanese airspace above Beirut, one of which exploded in the sky.
Hasan Nasrallah, leader of the Hezbollah movement, said an armed drone had hit a target in the stronghold of the Beirut party.
The president of Lebanon, Michel Aoun, said Israeli attacks on Qusaya and Beirut violated a UN Security Council resolution that ended the 2006 war, killing 1,200 people in Lebanon, mostly civilians, and 160 in Israel. came.
& # 39; What happened is equivalent to a declaration of war and gives us the right to defend our sovereignty, independence and the security of our country, & # 39; Aoun said in his comments on Monday.
& # 39; We are people seeking peace and not war, and we do not accept anyone threatening us. & # 39;
Lebanon has filed a complaint against Israel with the UN Security Council.
On Sunday, Nasrallah threatened Israel after the attack on Beirut.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah (shown on the TV screen) said Sunday that his group of Israeli drones entering Lebanese airspace from now on will confront and shoot, increasing the potential for conflict amid increased regional tensions
& # 39; The time when Israeli planes are coming and bombing parts of Lebanon is over & # 39 ;, he said in a speech on television.
& # 39; I say to the Israeli army along the border, be ready tonight and wait for us & # 39 ;, he added. & # 39; What happened yesterday will not pass. & # 39;
He said allowing Israel to allow drones to fly over Lebanon would lead to a similar situation to that in Iraq, where a series of attacks there targeting military bases and weapon depots of Iranian-backed Shiite militias left the country on the brink .
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