200 Iran drones monitoring Lebanon-Syria border for Hezbollah

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Lebanese sources said the Iranian backed Hezbollah militant Shi’ite group is operating a fleet of 200 unmanned aerial vehicles ( drones) throughout Lebanon

The sources said the unmanned aircraft operations intensified in 2013 amid the war in neighboring Syria and attempts by Sunni rebels to infiltrate Lebanon.

The sources said most of the Hezbollah drones were made and supplied by Iran.

“The drones have been flying mostly in the Bekaa Valley along the Syrian border,” a source said.

On Nov. 25, the Lebanese daily Al Jumhuriya reported that Hezbollah was operating UAVs to monitor the Syrian border. The newspaper said Hezbollah spotted and tracked a car that contained more than 400 kilograms of explosives.

“The vehicle was tracked upon entrance to Arsal on the border with Syria and until it arrived in the area between Younin and Maqneh,” Al Jumhuriya,
quoting security sources as saying

“The organization [Hezbollah] is performing tracking and surveillance on the border through the use of drones at night.”

The sources said Hezbollah was believed to have assembled some of the platforms, also meant to strike enemy targets.

  • The real lebanese

    Great. Now on top of Israeli surveillance, we have Iranian surveillance.

    • Reasonableman

      Yeah two asses in a pair of pants.
      Not one bump into the other yet?

      • 5thDrawer

        LOL …..

    • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

      What do you think Hezbollah is?

      • libnan1

        It’s thorn in invaders eyes….

        • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

          Or as General Michel Aoun put it about two or three years before his memorandum with them, they are a “terrorist organization”.

          • libnan1

            They terrorize Lebanon enemies.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            and its own citizens and the enemies of the Assad regime in Syria and people who don’t agree with them.

        • Hannibal

          You remind me of Kamal Beyk Jumblatt… We will fight to the last Palestinian… Now Aoun and his party are saying we will fight to the last Shiite… LOL

      • Peaceforleb

        Hezbollah is what the jewish state is shit scared of.

        • cook

          Thanks for defining the concept of an enemy. And what is Hezbollah’s approach towards Israel when for every Israeli soldier, six Hezbollah fighters get killed? not scared?

        • The real lebanese

          HA is the reason Lebanon is scared of Israel.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            Yup. You can see that during the years when Lebanon didn’t harbor anti-Israel terrorist groups, Israel didn’t attack or invade.

          • The real lebanese

            … They didnt lol. The threat from Israel all started during the war.

          • Peaceforleb

            That’s bullshit you know it real. The whole blaming Hezbollah for Lebanon’s issues is getting quite old don’t you think Real.

          • The real lebanese

            Peace, do you honestly think Israel would invade Lebanon if no threat of existence existed? Lets face it, all HA does is stir up trouble. Name one thing good they’ve done in the past 5 years.

        • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

          True but it’s also shit scared of the Ayatollaist regime, al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood etc. I suppose you’re going to tell me that they’re all lovely fellows.

          • Peaceforleb

            Well Adam, they can’t be any worse than the scum bag Israel regime that’s for sure.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            That name of yours…I call false advertising. If you look at reality, you will find that your prejudice is unjustified. Soldiers’ mothers protested and so we withdrew in 2000. That is democracy. On the other hand, you have there in Hezbollah an export of the Islamist regime of Iran and it is very undemocratic, non-pluralistic, duplicitous and terrorist.

      • The real lebanese

        HA is an extension of the IRG. Proven fact. Most recent example being El supremo forcing Nasrallah into the Syrian War. I didn’t know resistances invaded. Did you?

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        Thanks for all the great answers but clearly, they report back to Tehran,

    • JP

      These are trying to kill terrorists where the Israelis are terrorists1

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        Actually, the term terrorist means non-state actors who use violence against non-combatants for political purposes.

  • The real lebanese

    Great. Now on top of Israeli surveillance, we have Iranian surveillance.

    • Reasonableman

      Yeah two asses in a pair of pants.
      Not one bump into the other yet?

      • 5thDrawer

        LOL …..

    • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

      What do you think Hezbollah is?

      • libnan1

        It’s thorn in invaders eyes….

        • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

          Or as General Michel Aoun put it about two or three years before his memorandum with them, they are a “terrorist organization”.

          • libnan1

            They terrorize Lebanon enemies.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            and its own citizens and the enemies of the Assad regime in Syria and people who don’t agree with them.

        • Hannibal

          You remind me of Kamal Beyk Jumblatt… We will fight to the last Palestinian… Now Aoun and his party are saying we will fight to the last Shiite… LOL

      • Peaceforleb

        Hezbollah is what the jewish state is shit scared of.

        • Heraclitus

          Thanks for defining the concept of an enemy. And whats Hezbollahs approach towards Israel, when for every Israeli soldier, six Hezbollah fighters get killed? not scared?

        • The real lebanese

          HA is the reason Lebanon is scared of Israel.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            Yup. You can see that during the years when Lebanon didn’t harbor anti-Israel terrorist groups, Israel didn’t attack or invade.

          • The real lebanese

            … They didnt lol. The threat from Israel all started during the war.

          • Peaceforleb

            That’s bullshit you know it real. The whole blaming Hezbollah for Lebanon’s issues is getting quite old don’t you think Real.

          • The real lebanese

            Peace, do you honestly think Israel would invade Lebanon if no threat of existence existed? Lets face it, all HA does is stir up trouble. Name one thing good they’ve done in the past 5 years.

        • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

          True but it’s also shit scared of the Ayatollaist regime, al-Qaeda, the Muslim Brotherhood etc. I suppose you’re going to tell me that they’re all lovely fellows.

          • Peaceforleb

            Well Adam, they can’t be any worse than the scum bag Israel regime that’s for sure.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            That name of yours…I call false advertising. If you look at reality, you will find that your prejudice is unjustified. Soldiers’ mothers protested and so we withdrew in 2000. That is democracy. On the other hand, you have there in Hezbollah an export of the Islamist regime of Iran and it is very undemocratic, non-pluralistic, duplicitous and terrorist.

      • The real lebanese

        HA is an extension of the IRG

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        Thanks for all the great answers but clearly, they report back to Tehran,

    • JP

      These are trying to kill terrorists where the Israelis are terrorists1

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        Actually, the term terrorist means non-state actors who use violence against non-combatants for political purposes.

  • man-o-war

    Geez, don’t they have anything better to do? Can’t the rebels have any fun, they were just out for a joy ride with 400 kg of explosives. The pesky HA surveillance had to be party poopers. Wargame and Cookie are crying in their mothers basement.

    • Peaceforleb

      Please tell me you have supplied them with an ample amount of tissues Man o.

    • cook

      booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  • man-o-war

    Geez, don’t they have anything better to do? Can’t the rebels have any fun, they were just out for a joy ride with 400 kg of explosives. The pesky HA surveillance had to be party poopers. Wargame and Cookie are crying in their mothers basement.

    • Peaceforleb

      Please tell me you have supplied them with an ample amount of tissues Man o.

    • Heraclitus

      booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  • libnan1

    What the hell Sunni rebels have to do with Lebanon? I thought they were fighting the Syrian regime. Lebanon and the world had enough of these bastards, all Lebanese should thank HA for preventing a new war in Lebanon.

    • Peaceforleb

      My friend, deep down most do thank them, however only a few like yourself have the balls to outright say it.

  • libnan1

    What the hell Sunni rebels have to do with Lebanon? I thought they were fighting the Syrian regime. Lebanon and the world had enough of these bastards, all Lebanese should thank HA for preventing a new war in Lebanon.

    • Peaceforleb

      My friend, deep down most do thank them, however only a few like yourself have the balls to outright say it.

  • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

    I’d also like to point out folks that in 1982, the majority of Christians and the Shia were cheering Israel on.

    • cook

      lol

    • Whoo Sain

      not true

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        You can see videos of it.

        • Whoo Sain

          ok. that does not in any way mean the MAJORITY of christians in lebanon were cheering israel on. that just means you watched a video full of traitors. get your facts right. you obviously dont know shit

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            Certainly a majority of Christian supported parties supported it and many Christian intellectuals too. I understand that polls are a sensitive topic in Lebanon 🙂

          • Whoo Sain

            you have no idea what the fuck your talking about. the majority of christians do not support israel. because the jews are building a wall around bethlehem. and because they murdered thousands of lebanese. not to mention the everything else they done. you can convince yourself that lebanese christians support israel. but it is not true. you sound stupid

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            If you will read the comments, I think you’ll find that I didn’t say that a majority of Middle Eastern Christians support Israel. I said that during the civil war in Lebanon, the majority of Lebanese Christians supported Israel. I know that opinion is divided among the Christians of Lebanon now but the Christian Lebanese diaspora are certainly largely sympathetic. Oh and Israel didn’t build a wall around Bethlehem. It goes on one side of Bethlehem between it and Jerusalem. But hey, funnily enough, in 1967 the Christian mayor of Bethlehem asked to be annexed to Israel. I don’t think that the majority of Christians in the West Bank necessarily support Israel but a large number understand where their bread is buttered and know that they won’t be secure under a Muslim majority regime as they are not secure now. Christians in Israel are divided but those who support the state are being terrorized by their Muslim neighbours.

          • 5thDrawer

            True enough … but not too happy about a wall trashing Convent land – which I believe is still in dispute. Some ‘great planner’ draws a line on a map in an office somewhere, and doesn’t think there may be something of value for others under the line. In this case, arable land – and in a time of hunger, needed.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            If it were up to me, I’d annex Bethlehem and give all the Christians of the West Bank citizenship.

          • 5thDrawer

            Maybe one problem is that a lot of ‘Palestinians’ are Christians … although almost no ‘Muslim’ wants to admit that either, since it detracts from their ‘message’ against Jews – which I think most Christians don’t swallow hook, line, and sinker. :-))

          • Whoo Sain

            you have obviously never been on the streets of bethlehem so stop talking out your ass cuz you dont know shit. that wall separates the citys population from their own land. it is not between bethlehem and jerusalem. but literally 5 feet away from homes in bethlehem. a giant 25 ft wall on our doorstep. the muslims are the only ones in this world who defend us. the pope doesnt even do anything. like i said, you dont know what ur talking about

          • 5thDrawer

            Once they complete the circle around them, you can fill it with water. 😉

          • Hannibal

            language…

          • Hannibal

            Traitors? How so? Every nation allies itself with other nations to rid themselves of common enemies. At the time the Christians of Lebanon were fighting the so called refugees and Israel found a natural ally in the Christians fighting a common enemy.
            At a certain time the Shia of Lebanon attacked the Palestinian camps with much ferocity to subdue them as well.
            Alliances shift… Aoun participated with the Syrians AND the Phalanges to destroy tell el zaatar… Today Aoun is cheering HA who is the sworn enemy of Israel.
            Alliances move, ask Jumblatt… 😉

      • Hannibal

        Very true… Because they had it with the Palestinian hegemony… Well the tides have turned now and nobody is cheering.

  • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

    I’d also like to point out folks that in 1982, the majority of Christians and the Shia were cheering Israel on.

    • Heraclitus

      lol

    • Whoo Sain

      not true

      • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

        You can see videos of it.

        • Whoo Sain

          ok. that does not in any way mean the MAJORITY of christians in lebanon were cheering israel on. that just means you watched a video full of traitors. get your facts right. you obviously dont know shit

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            Certainly a majority of Christian supported parties supported it and many Christian intellectuals too. I understand that polls are a sensitive topic in Lebanon 🙂

          • Whoo Sain

            you have no idea what the fuck your talking about. the majority of christians do not support israel. because the jews are building a wall around bethlehem. and because they murdered thousands of lebanese. not to mention the everything else they done. you can convince yourself that lebanese christians support israel. but it is not true. you sound stupid

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            If you will read the comments, I think you’ll find that I didn’t say that a majority of Middle Eastern Christians support Israel. I said that during the civil war in Lebanon, the majority of Lebanese Christians supported Israel. I know that opinion is divided among the Christians of Lebanon now but the Christian Lebanese diaspora are certainly largely sympathetic. Oh and Israel didn’t build a wall around Bethlehem. It goes on one side of Bethlehem between it and Jerusalem. But hey, funnily enough, in 1967 the Christian mayor of Bethlehem asked to be annexed to Israel. I don’t think that the majority of Christians in the West Bank necessarily support Israel but a large number understand where their bread is buttered and know that they won’t be secure under a Muslim majority regime as they are not secure now. Christians in Israel are divided but those who support the state are being terrorized by their Muslim neighbours.

          • 5thDrawer

            True enough … but not too happy about a wall trashing convent land – which I believe is still in dispute.

          • Adam Yonatan Ben Yoel

            If it were up to me, I’d annex Bethlehem and give all the Christians of the West Bank citizenship.

          • 5thDrawer

            Maybe one problem is that a lot of ‘Palestinians’ are Christians … although almost no ‘Muslim’ wants to admit that either, since it detracts from their ‘message’ against Jews – which I think most Christians don’t swallow hook, line, and sinker. :-))

          • Whoo Sain

            you have obviously never been on the streets of bethlehem so stop talking out your ass cuz you dont know shit. that wall separates the citys population from their own land. it is not between bethlehem and jerusalem. but literally 5 feet away from homes in bethlehem. a giant 25 ft wall on our doorstep. the muslims are the only ones in this world who defend us. the pope doesnt even do anything. like i said, you dont know what ur talking about

          • 5thDrawer

            Once they complete the circle around them, you can fill it with water. 😉

          • Hannibal

            language…

          • Hannibal

            Traitors? How so? Every nation allies itself with other nations to rid themselves of common enemies. At the time the Christians of Lebanon were fighting the so called refugees and Israel found a natural ally in the Christians fighting a common enemy.
            At a certain time the Shia of Lebanon attacked the Palestinian camps with much ferocity to subdue them as well.
            Alliances shift… Aoun participated with the Syrians AND the Phalanges to destroy tell el zaatar… Today Aoun is cheering HA who is the sworn enemy of Israel.
            Alliances move, ask Jumblatt… 😉

        • Whoo Sain

          ok. that does not in any way mean the MAJORITY of christians in lebanon were cheering israel on. that just means you watched a video full of traitors. get your facts right. you obviously dont know shit

      • Hannibal

        Very true… Because they had it with the Palestinian hegemony… Well the tides have turned now and nobody is cheering.

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