IDF closes Israel air space up to Lebanese border to civilian flights

A six-kilometer strip of northern Israel up to the Lebanese border was closed on Wednesday by the Israeli military to civilian air traffic.

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6 thoughts on “IDF closes Israel air space up to Lebanese border to civilian flights

    • Aug 30, 2019 @ 21:40 at 21:40
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      I’m planning to visit Israel in December.Would it be possible to hold off any wars until Dec.20? Appreciate it.

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  • Aug 28, 2019 @ 22:55 at 22:55
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    Defensive Legal Preemptive Closures & Necessary! Accept It, Terrorists Get Out of Syria & Lebanon! Or end up like ISIS on Ice!

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  • Aug 31, 2019 @ 17:04 at 17:04
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    Israeli Army is not capable of fighting Hezbollah , not on the ground and not in the air .Israeli soldiers are not prepared not physically , not mentally and not as fighting force ,to withstand any war for more than 24 hours ;Israel has no army that can fight on the ground , and could be wiped out together with their i pads.
    There will be no more south Lebanon Christians , that were sold out by than Israeli genius Barak —it is still remembered . It is actually an enemy of Lebanon Christians , and all those dead do not forget Kohavi.

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  • Jul 24, 2020 @ 11:57 at 11:57
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    On 16 December 2013, a Lebanese soldier, acting without orders, fired at a civilian vehicle being driven by an Israeli naval officer along the border, killing him. The soldier then fled the scene and turned himself in to Lebanese authorities. Shortly afterward, IDF troops operating on the Israeli side of the border in the area where the officer was killed fired at what an IDF spokeswoman called “suspicious movement” on the Lebanese side of the border, hitting two Lebanese soldiers.

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