Iran has delivered GPS components to Lebanon for making Hizballah’s unguided rockets into precision-guided missiles, US and western intelligence sources told Fox News. Iran’s Fars Air Qeshm flight number QFZ-9950 departed Tehran International Airport on Tuesday. Later that day, the Boeing 747 jet touched down in Syria’s capital Damascus before continuing to Beirut. Western intelligence sources said the GPS devices were sent to manufacture precision-guided weapons in Iranian factories in Lebanon, similar to those Iran operates in Syria and Yemen. DEBKAfile: The Iranian plane was not intercepted at any point on its flight from Tehran via Damascus to Beirut. The Israel air force has abstained from flying missions over Syria since the deployment of advanced Russian S-300 air defense systems a month ago, Iran taking advantage of this to step up its arms deliveries to Hizballah, as DEBKAfile first reported on Oct. 14.