Almasdar News is now reporting that, according to a Lebanese military source, an Israeli warplane has violated Lebanese airspace over the villages of Arqoub and Hasbaya before eventually reaching the Jabal Sheikh Heights, located on the Israeli/Lebanese border.
The military source is suggesting that the Israeli plane was most likely conducting a surveillance mission since it spent around half an hour in Lebanese airspace before heading back to Israel.
This report comes only two days after Hezbollah’s Al-Manar TV station reported that a “transmission and photographic spy device” was discovered on the Lebanon/Israel border. Al-Manar claims the device belongs to Israel.
Throughout the years, Lebanon has repeatedly claimed to have discovered Israeli espionage devices in its territory. In December, Lebanese media reported that two Israeli devices were found within two days in Lebanon – one was destroyed by the Lebanese army and the second reportedly remotely blown up by Israel.
In December 2010, the Lebanese army announced it had dismantled Israeli spying devices hidden in the mountains. That was two weeks after the Lebanese government filed a complaint with the UN Security Council, claiming Israel planted espionage equipment in southern Lebanon.
The Syrians also made similar claims, with the official Syrian news agency claiming in March 2013 that Israeli devices were found in its coastal area.
Lebanon is already attempting to crack down on illegal “internet and telecommunications services” being provided to the country by Israeli companies. The Lebanese government is concerned that Israel is using these companies to spy on the domestic affairs of Lebanon and Lebanese citizens via “privatized” channels as opposed to the traditional state surveillance apparatus.
The use of private telecoms to spy on foreign countries is not new for Israel since it was precisely this method that Israel has used and continues to use against the United States. 
 Tarpley, Webster Griffin. 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made In USA. 5th Edition. Progressive Press. 2011.
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