On Thursday morning at 10:30 A.M. (Beirut Time), two Israeli reconnaissance drones were identified by the Lebanese Armed Forces flying above the town of Kafr Kila in southern Lebanon.

The Lebanese Army’s Central Command stated that the two Israeli drones were seen “effectuating U-turn maneuvers above various Lebanese regions.”

Theses Israeli aircrafts flew over Lebanon and captured footage of military movements near Sheba’a Farms and the Beqaa Valley on the border of Syria; this blatant violation of Lebanese airspace and sovereignty is the 4th time in a span of one week.

Finally, after capturing over one hour of footage, the Israeli drones left the Lebanese airspace from the town of Naqoura and entered Israel around 11:50 A.M. (Beirut Time).

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