Hezbollah has set up a giant antenna in south Lebanon to use it to broadcast a Hamas-run radio propaganda calling on Arab citizens to carry out attacks, Israeli media reported.
Israel’s Channel 12 on Tuesday said that the antenna, built at a Lebanese army base in the southern village of Marwahin around two months ago, is transmitting the Hamas-run Al Aqsa TV channel’s radio service hundreds of kilometers into Israel, with broadcasts reaching as far as Tel Aviv.
The report also noted that the broadcasts can be heard clearly in jails in northern and central Israel, conveying part of the messages to Hamas prisoners.
“We checked and found that the transmitter is located in Lebanese territory, about three kilometers from the border. The ministry has filed an official complaint with the International Telecommunication Union, and it has been transferred to Lebanese authorities," Israel’s Communications Ministry said.