Israeli drone crashes in Lebanon
An Israeli drone has crashed in southern Lebanon due to a technical malfunction, the military said on Saturday, after Hezbollah media labeled it a “spy” device.
The Israeli military said that the drone crash in an open area on Friday night posed “no risk of leaked information.” It provided no further details.
Hezbollah channel Al-Manar reported that the “spy drone” fell between Baraachit and Beit Yahoun in southern Lebanon. It said that “a second spy plane targeted it with a guided missile, which resulted in it being destroyed.”
Israel and Hezbollah fought a devastating war in 2006 and the two remain bitter enemies.