Lebanon says army fired at 8 IAF fighter jets that entered its airspace

Lebanon says army fired

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 2, 2009 17:45

 
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Lebanon says its military opened fired at eight IAF fighter jets that entered the country's airspace on Wednesday afternoon. According to Lebanon's National News Agency, the planes were flying at low and medium heights over several villages in the country's south. The report stated that the Lebanese army responded quickly and managed to force the planes to heads back to Israel within ten minutes.

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