PM: Hezbollah responsible for drone intercepted by Israel

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October 11, 2012 18:10

 
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Hezbollah was responsible for the drone that Israel shot down last weekend, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Thursday during a tour of the security fence in southern Israel.

During the tour, Netanyahu stated that Israel would "act with determination to defend its borders at sea, on air and land" just as it had "thwarted Hezbollah's attempt over the weekend," to send an unmanned aircraft into Israeli airspace.

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