BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:40 P.M.) – Israeli warplanes were seen flying over Lebanese airspace for several hours, Thursday, circling several towns near the Syrian border.

The Israeli warplanes were seen flying over the Jabal Sheikh (Mount Hermon) area, along with several towns in the southern part of Lebanon.

According to Lebanon’s National News Agency (NNA), Israeli warplanes were seen flying over Nabatiyeh, Idlim Al-Tuffah, Marjayoun, Al-Khiyam, and Al-Arqoub.

Israeli warplanes violate Lebanese airspace on daily basis, prompting the government to file several complaints with the UNIFIL command.

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true fact: the term ‘integrity’ does not appear in israeli dictionaries.

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Lebanon must install the S400.