Northern Israelis shelter over suspected aircraft from Lebanon where terrorists have drones, gliders
An map of the affected cities shows showing dozens areas are affected by an "enemy aircraft intrusion."
Sirens went off in northern Israel over fears of an aerial infiltration after multiple aircraft flew into the country from Lebanon, where Hezbollah, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists are known to have drones and gliders, but reports were later dismissed.
A map of the affected cities shows showing dozens of areas are affected by an "enemy aircraft intrusion."
The Israel Defense Forces said reports of an infiltration from Lebanon were a false alarm, according to "The Times of Israel."
Upper Galilee Regional Council Chairman Giora Salz told Israel Channel 12 News that "manned paragliders have been observed entering from Lebanon. We ask all residents to lock themselves down."
Initial reports suggest that 15-20 aerial objects entered from Lebanon, according to Israel National News.
Continued shelling from militant groups north of Israel is sparking concerns that the country could be fighting a two-front war.