Report: Hezbollah finds Israeli 'spy device'

Hezbollah news station reports that Hezbollah claims to have found an Israeli device used to gather information about nearby villages.

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Al-Manar reported on Sunday that Hezbollah has uncovered an Israeli spy device in the Bekaa Valley area, opposite Lake Qaraoun in Lebanon.

According to the report, Israel detonated the spy device for fear that it would be exposed. The device, according to the report, was used to gather information about the villages of the western Bekaa Valley.

The IDF Spokesperson refused to comment on the report.

In the past, the Hezbollah has claimed that IDF soldiers crossed the border fence and installed surveillance devices near the village of Meiss al-Jabal on the border between Lebanon and Israel.