Israel drops unknown object on Lebanon

Israeli aircraft (file photo)
Israeli warplanes have dropped an “unidentified object” in a valley between the towns of Houla and Tallouse in southern Lebanon.

Lebanese officials said the army had difficulties to search for the object because unexploded cluster bombs dropped by Israel during its war against the resistance movement of Hezbollah in 2006 still remain in the area.

Israel also fired 75 shells during a Tuesday military exercise into the occupied Lebanese territory of Sheba’a Farms.

This is not the first time Israel violates Lebanon’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

In December 2011, Hezbollah members discovered an Israeli espionage device planted in south Lebanon.

An Israeli surveillance plane remotely detonated the device in the Bint Jbeil district of southern Lebanon after it was discovered.

In 2009, Lebanon filed a complaint with the United Nations, presenting over 7,000 documents pertaining to Israeli violation of Lebanese territory.

( / 12.01.2012)

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