Report: Israeli plane landed in Beirut last month

December 20, 2006 23:38


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An Israeli military plane took off from Ben Gurion International Airport last month and landed in Beirut, Channel 1 reported on Wednesday night. According to the report, eight of the 11 people on the plane - which was a direct flight to the Lebanese capital - got off in Beirut, while the remaining three continued on their way. As a result, Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah called for investigations into the relations between Israel and the Lebanese government. "The landing of the Israeli plane in Beirut is proof" that a relationship exists, he said.

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