Source Pravda.Ru

Hezbollah movement's air-defence forces twice open fire on Israeli aviation

On Tuesday the air-defence forces of Islamic Resistance, a military wing of the Lebanese Shi-ite movement Hezbollah, twice opened fire on the Israeli aviation which violated the air space of Lebanon.

A RIA Novosti correspondent reports citing the official information of the Islamic Resistance command that fire was delivered by the organisation's batteries deployed in the Central and Eastern sectors of Southern Lebanon.

According to the official plans of the Lebanese Main Administration of Security, at noon Israeli aircraft invaded the Lebanese territory and flew over Hasbia, Bekaa al-Garbi, Rashia, Iqlim at-Tuffah and Nabatia areas.

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