The leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah says his group will confront and shoot down any Israeli drones that fly over Lebanon from now on.
Hassan Nasrallah’s speech Sunday came hours after one alleged Israeli drone crashed in the capital, Beirut, while another exploded, authorities there said.
Nasrallah said one of the drones had been flying low among buildings and was clearly on a military “suicide mission,” which he called “clear aggression.”
The article goes on to state the following:
He also said two Hezbollah members were killed by Israeli airstrikes inside Syria late Saturday, promising retaliation at an unspecified time.
Israel said the airstrikes were to thwart an imminent drone strike against Israel by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ Al Quds Force.
HEADLINES: The Latest: Hezbollah leader: Israeli drones will be downed https://t.co/6BskOH0Dqr
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BREAKING: A spokesman for Lebanon’s Hezbollah says two Israeli drones crashed in Beirut without the militant group firing on them. https://t.co/KexAEOTmsZ
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