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A Lebanese army intelligence member  is shown  inspecting  the remains of an Israeli spying device in the Zahrani region,on July 2, 2012.
A Lebanese army intelligence member is shown inspecting the remains of an Israeli spying device in the Zahrani region,on July 2, 2012.

The Iranian backed Hezbollah militant group confirmed detonating an Israeli spy device in the town of Adloun, in al-Zahrani area in south Lebanon, according to Al-Mayadeen TV station

Al-Jadeed TV reported earlier that the the sound of an explosion was heard in the outskirts of the town of Adloun.

This was a breaking news . The following updates reveal that Israel detonated the spy devices resulting in the killing of Hezbollah military expert Hussein Ali Haidar

Updates:

Voice of Lebanon (VOL) (93.3) reported that the spy device was placed on a telecom network belonging to Hezbollah and the army immediately closed the road leading to the location as plumes of smoke covered the area.

On the other hand LBCI reported that Army intelligence agents discovered the Israeli spy device and as they approached it, the Israelis remotely blew it up, which left one person seriously wounded.

MTV reported that the chief of the Adloun police station has headed to the blast location in a bid to inspect it.

Future TV reported that the person injured by the detonation of the device is a Hezbollah member.

Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV confirmed that the Israeli spy device was discovered by the Lebanese army and it was detonated remotely by an Israeli drone that is reportedly still hovering over the area.

Al-Manar later reported that the Adloun blast caused one or two injuries and the army is totally mum over the issue and imposing a security cordon around the location.

VOL (100.5) reported that the Adloun blast went off as Hezbollah military expert Hussein Ali Haidar was trying to dismantle 4 booby-trapped spy devices, which resulted in his immediate death.

VOL (93.3) reported that a second Israeli spy device was discovered in Adloun and the army dismantled it.

Al-Jadeed TV reported that Hezbollah sources said the spy device was likely planted recently and is not a remnant of the 2006 war with Israel

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