lundi 12 septembre 2011
Israeli drones jamming phones in Gaza?
The Israeli military pioneered the use of unmanned planes — mostly to spy on their foes. In the 2006 war with Hezbollah, the drones racked up tens of thousands of flight hours on watch duty. But Palestinians in Gaza now say the drones are being used for much, much more. The AP reports:
Palestinians say they know when an Israeli drone is in the air: Cell phones stop working, TV reception falters and they can hear a distant buzzing. They also know what’s likely to come next — a devastating explosion on the ground.