BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – The Israeli Air Force has been conducting nonstop flights along the Syrian-Lebanese border, today, a military report read this afternoon.
According to the report, the Israeli warplanes were spotted flying at low altitudes from the southern Lebanese town of Marjeyoun to the Beqa’a Valley near the Syrian border.
The Israeli Air Force has been intensifying their flights along the border since the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) announced their intentions to retake all of the occupied Golan Heights’ border in Al-Quneitra.
While Israel has not entered Syrian airspace this week, these flights have forced Damascus to remain on high alert.
In addition to Israel’s low altitude flights, the Syrian military has reinforced their air defenses near the occupied Golan Heights in an effort to prepare for any possible attacks.