I'm missing where the proof has been shown just who owned the drone? Hezbollah? Could be..... It's a little short memory of folks to laugh that off.
It's not as though Hezbollah doesn't have UAV's and they've had them for many years now.
ALONG THE ISRAEL-LEBANON BORDER — At a remote Israeli outpost along the northern border with Lebanon, every day is a potentially deadly game of
cat and mouse, with the terror group Hezbollah only yards away, flying its flags. Israeli soldiers in high-tech observation stations monitor cameras
and sensors around the clock. Source - From 2005 NBC News
The situation became even more volatile, when in November and again on Monday, Hezbollah surprised the Israelis by launching unmanned aerial vehicles,
or UAVs, that flew over Israeli towns and returned safely to Lebanon.
The leader of Hezbollah bragged at a rally that the unmanned surveillance plane, called Mirsad 1, can be rigged with explosives and flown deep inside
Sounds like they've declared that capability themselves and in no uncertain terms...along with the ability to use it. I'd note Hezbollah also
largely took control of Lebanon in 2011 and just prior to the whole Arab Spring waves of chaos starting over the whole region. Whatever Hezbollah
could do in 2005 is multiplied many times over now. Not much question in my mind on that.
Why keep selling all these people short and talking the Israelis up like they are so superior only a False Flag of their own craft could possibly
exist as a drone crossing their airspace? Hamas, Hezbollah and others aren't world class like the IDF, but they've come A LONG WAY since the days of
the first uprising way back when.