BEIRUT: Israeli jets flew Friday morning over several regions of south Lebanon, violating in the process United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701, security sources told The Daily Star.
The aircraft flew at low altitudes over the southern regions of Hasbaya and Marjayoun, the sources said, adding that the violation of Lebanese airspace lasted for about an hour.
The jets then headed to the Western Bekaa before leaving Lebanese airspace.
UNSCR 1701 was endorsed in 2006 to put an end for the July war between Lebanon and Israel.
Israel has continuously breached the resolution, flying warplanes over the country.
The airspace violation over the south, one of several in the last few days, comes days after an alleged Israeli aerial attack on a target in Syria.