By Leith Fadel | 14 April 2017
AL MASDAR NEWS — Israeli warplanes have been flying along the Syrian-Lebanese border for several days now, monitoring the movements of the forces positioned at the Qalamoun Mountains.
According to a Syrian military source, Israeli warplanes have been monitoring what they likely perceive as Hezbollah’s movements in the Jaroud Rankous and Jaroud Falita areas.
Israel’s aerial constant presence in the western region of Damascus and eastern Lebanon has sparked rumors of attacks against both the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Hezbollah; however, both deny any strikes on their positions.
The Israeli Air Force has repeatedly violated Lebanon’s airspace and continues to do so without any condemnation from the international community.