“Hezbollah” Hacked “Israeli Drones” Transmissions Since Before 1996
In today’s Press conference Lebanaon’s “Hezbollah” Secretary General Hasan Nasrallah, displayed a video of an “Israeli drone” video transmission Hezbollah managed to hack in 1996. “Before 1997, the Resistance managed to capture the transmission of an MK drone and we managed to access this transmission which enabled us of capturing the images transmitted by the drone as the enemy’s operation room was receiving them.” Nasrallah said. According to him a drone video feed Hezbollah hacked in 1997 has helped “Hezbollah fighters” to set up an ambush for “Israeli commandos” team who where in their way to conduct “military operations” in southern Lebanon.
In the press conference Hezbollah accused “Israel” of being behind the murder of the former Lebanese Prime Minster Rafiq Al Hariri. He was assassinated in Lebanon in February, 14, 2005. In his speech Nasrallah said that a lebanese “Israeli spay” has been “blackmailing” Hariri to think that Hezbollah was plotting to kill him.
Nasrallah also unveiled several intercepted videos from Israeli surveillance planes of the site of the 2005 murder of ex-Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri prior to his assassination. He said that these Israeli drones had carefully monitoring Al Harrari’s motorcade. “Such footage generally comes as the first leg of the execution of an operation.” he added..
In his speech, Nasrallah showed a profile of different Israeli spies and said they used high tech equipment such as mobile phones that can monitor other mobile conversations.
In December 2009, Wall Street Journal reported that “Military groups” in U.S occupied Iraq managed to hack U.S. Military and CIA Predator drones using software programs such as SkyGrabber — now available for as little as $29.95 British Pounds.
Nasrallah hinted that his party has other evidence and secrets to be reveled at “the appropriate time.”
Israel has developed many drone types including Heron TP (Eitan) which is designed as a Multi-payload, Multi-mission platform The Dorn has a powerful Turbo-Prop engine, which enables the aircraft to climb and operate at altitude above 40,000 ft avoiding any airspace conflict with commercial aircraft traffic. And can fly for 36 consecutive hours with full mission payload and reach the Arab Gulf.