The Zionist army on Friday detonated an espionage device in southern Lebanon Zone that had been monitoring a resistance communications network.
The Zionist army on Friday detonated an espionage device in southern Lebanon Zone that had been monitoring a communications network, Hezbollah said in a statement.
"The Israeli enemy today detonated an espionage apparatus latched onto a communications network between the villages of Srifa and Deir Kifa by drone after the Islamic resistance succeeded in uncovering the device," read a statement released by Hezbollah Friday.
No one of the Mujahedeen was injured in the explosion east of the coastal city of Tyre, the statement added.
On December 3, 2010, the enemy aircrafts also detonated two espionage devices in the southern Lebanese village of Wadi al-Qaysiyya.
Friday's incident came days after a rocket launched from southern Lebanon landed in the occupied territories, prompting the Jewish state to respond with a volley of rockets at Ayta al-Shaab.