The Jerusalem Post reports: Israeli Air Force drones attacked a Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) position in Qousaya, located in the Beqaa Valley of Lebanon, close to the border with Syria on Sunday night, according to Lebanese media reports.
“Three Israeli air strikes target the Lebanese-Syria border east of Zahle … explosions were heard in several parts of the Bekaa valley,” An-Nahar said.
According to the reports, there were no casualties, only material damage was sustained. The attack came two days after Lebanon’s military said two IDF reconnaissance drones crashed in the Lebanese capital of Beirut early Saturday morning. On Sunday, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah even warned from his Beirut bunker that the Shi’ite group would respond against Israel.
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