Saturday, October 6, 2012

Breaking: IDF Shoots Down Aircraft (Drone) In Israeli Airspace

This is just developing....

An IDF spokesman has issued a statement that an unmanned, unidentified aerial vehicle entered Israel's airspace and flew over settlements and military bases on Saturday morning.

The unidentified aircraft was shot down at around 10am on Saturday in an open area in the northern Negev.
The IDF has not yet said from where the aircraft came, but Palestinian sources say the UAV was launched out of the Gaza strip.
Army forces are currently scouring the area to collect and identify the remains of the aircraft.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak praised the IDF and the air force for their quick interception, adding that the incident occurred in an area south of Hebron.
"We take a severe view of the attempt to harm our airspace, and we will consider our response," Barak said.


Kem said...

This sums up my thoughts lately.

GG said...

Hi Scott~

We know you are doing a great of job at putting all this information together daily for us and it is greatly appreciated :)

I have a question or two that I would like to pose for other views if humbly possible. I read these two articles below this morning from the JP. Does this seem like a delay may be coming since things are looking like the sanctions are working or could this just be the WSJ's POV?

The second link had me wondering is there some ongoing division within Bibi's group that seems to make him look like the bad guy with America? I am a little confused by these. Any insights without an ugly debate would be welcomed.

Have a great weekend all!

God Bless!!

mary said...

Praise God! Jesus is coming soon. Maranatha,mary

JD Siegel said...

It came out of Lebanon, was monitored over the Mediteranian, tracked and shot down over the Negev in order to be able to retrieve parts and identify it. The drone was probably getting info on Demona and Airforce bases down there.

Anonymous said...

Amen and Amen, Kem! Revelation 11:15 !