Hezbollah Reports Israel Exploded Covert Listening Devise Embedded In Southern Lebanon


Al-Manar, the militant Islamic organization’s news station, claims that 2 large explosives were remotely detonated in order to destroy an Israeli electronic monitoring device in the Marge Ayoun region of southern Lebanon.

By Roi Kais


Hezbollah’s Al-Manar news station claimed on Tuesday that Israel exploded a surveillance device in southern Lebanon’s Marge Ayoun region recently, using two different demolition charges while work was being done on a nearby road.

The alleged listening device.

According to the Lebanese TV channel Al Mayadeen, the device exploded and wounded two people. Lebanon’s official news agency also reported that the device’s explosion lightly wounded two civilians. The Lebanese media emphasized that the device was remotely detonated.

The site of the explosion

Reports in Lebanese media regarding Israeli surveillance devices have occurred in the past. Last September, for instance, Lebanese news sources reported that an Israeli listening device near the town of Adloun in the country’s south. The reports said that the device was hidden in a garden, and that Hezbollah was the one who worked to explode it.


View original Ynet publication at: