(Worthy News) - There was a lot of noise over nothing on Israel's northern front over the weekend; while the media was abuzz over a number of incidents and reports, nothing significant actually changed on the ground.
The commotion began on Thursday when it was revealed that an Iranian aircraft had landed in Beirut. In the past, many such flights involved weapons shipments to Hezbollah, and the Lebanese terrorist organization may well believe that this latest report was an intentional Israeli move.
In the wake of these reports, Hezbollah launched an online campaign titled "defend our skies," in which it called on the Lebanese government to act against the Israeli air force, which Hezbollah said was operating in Lebanese airspace in violation of United Nations Resolution 1701. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More...) ]
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