The aim of the campaign is to raise NIS 1 million for Israeli Flying Aid, a non-profit organization that provides relief for communities stricken by natural distastes or human conflict, according to the organization's website.
The source states that Hezbollah's response to the attack will be calculated, and would arrive at a place and time that Israel would be able to contain, in order to avoid escalation.
IDF forces recognized a drone that was most likely operated from Lebanon and entered Israeli airspace.
US envoy David Satterfield is expected to mediate.
Locals attempted to capture the furry visitor from the North by placing a trap in the school yard, but have so far failed.
Israeli intelligence allegedly shared the new information with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who warned Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri of the secret facility on his state visit in March.
‘We’ve thwarted Hezbollah invasion ambitions’
CNN was given an exclusive story. Its reporter was brought to one of the tunnels and allowed to drop a camera inside to take never-seen-before footage.
“Why isn’t there a coordinated orchestra with the IDF contributing rather than leading the effort?”
“If one wanted to change the mandate, it is clear that there would not be 10,000 soldiers” to make up the force, the official said.