Two Israeli warplanes were seen once again violating Lebanese airspace on Monday after several warnings were issued by the United Nations last week.

According to a source from the Lebanese Defense Ministry, the Israeli warplanes were seen circling the Marjayoun area of southern Lebanon, marking the latter’s third violation in five days.

In addition to Marjayoun, Israeli warplanes were seen flying over Hasbayya, marking the 2nd violation of Lebanese airspace in 24 hours.

Last week, civilians inside the Lebanese capital (Beirut) were harassed by Israeli warplanes for several hours – no reason was given by the Israeli military spokesperson.

 

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Chuck Hicks
Chuck Hicks
2016-03-28 21:18

Don’t they have better things to do — like, hit the ISIS camps directly adjacent to their border? You know, “war on terror” and all that.

Мike Beshara
Мike Beshara
2016-03-28 21:31

@leithfadel They should set up some S-300s

BAT
BAT
2016-03-28 21:29

have anything to do with you allowing Hezbollah to freely store and shoot missiles into Israel? Bombs away.

Gent Gaga
Gent Gaga
2016-03-28 21:18

Oh they r the chosen ones of the western powers they can do whatever they want #Sarcasm

Calamity James
Calamity James
2016-03-28 21:58

@leithfadel How do you know they are Israeli? Could be Syrian or Turkish or even Russian.