Hezbollah Shoots Down Israeli Spy Drone


PressTV.ir interview with Kevin Barrett, VT Editor, and Paul Larudee

Hezbollah says it shot down an Israeli drone over southern Lebanon on Thursday, and the aircraft fell within the Lebanese territory. In a brief statement carried by Lebanon’s Arabic-language al-Manar television network that it downed an Israeli drone that had entered the Lebanese skies with “appropriate weapons” at 1:55 p.m. local time (1055 GMT) on Thursday.


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  1. ” Now the US taxpayer will have to cough up another billion dollars to buy Israel more drones”. The UK too should contribute. After all, it is the Biggest Military Base the two countries have in Palestine.

  2. It seems as though Hezbollah will be shooting down more than just Israeli Walmart drones in the near future if they dare invade Lebanese airspace. Reports today are indicating that the Lebanese Shia militia have come into possession of no other than Russian Pantsir S-1 AD systems and Iranian Bavar 373 SAMS. Eliminating their air assault option, the noose around the Israeli regime’s neck is tightening fast.

  3. You made a good point about “Israel” only being held in check by force.
    As far as they are concerned, their occupation of Palestine is a “holy” affair.
    Whether it is truly “holy,” or “unholy,” is irrelevant to them.
    They “believe” it is their “divine” right to the the land, and only “force” can prevent their plans.
    If it is a “holy” affair, it can only be so, as in one which the “Israelis” are unknowingly working out their unholy designs in the service to a holy “plan” in which they are totally ignorant.
    If it is an “unholy” plan, the outcome will similarly be one in which the “Israelis” have no inkling.
    So, they are truly caught between a “rock” and a hard place.

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