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Hezbollah claims to have found Israeli spying device

An outpost on the Lebanon-Israel border that Israel says is a military installation built under the guise of an environmental charity
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It is not the first time that Hezbollah claims to have uncovered Israeli spy devices in the area

Lebanon-based Islamist militant group, Hezbollah, claimed to have found an Israeli spying device in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley on Sunday, according to the al-Manar network.

Hezbollah also claimed that the "the Israeli enemy blew up the spy device" for fear of it being discovered. 

A spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) refused to comment on the report, according to Israel's Channel 2.

It is not the first time that Hezbollah claims to have uncovered Israeli spy devices in the area.

In 2010, the Lebanese army claimed to also have discovered a similar device.

The mountainous region where the device was allegedly find is the site of several battles between Israel and Lebanon and is also a possible host for Hezbollah activities in the region.

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should wait until hezbolah members are holding the device before blowing it up

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