Recent shipments included GPS components which are meant to upgrade unguided rockets into precision-guided missiles, Fox News reports
U.S. and Western intelligence officials believe Iran has intensified its advanced weaponry shipments to the Lebanon-based terrorist organization Hezbollah, Fox News reported on Friday.
Recent shipments included GPS components which are meant to upgrade unguided rockets into precision-guided missiles, the report said. Officials told Fox a flight carrying one of the shipments arrived in Lebanon three days ago.
Fox used the Flightradar24 software, which tracks flight data, to identify one of the flights. The Fars Air Qeshm flight departed from Tehran and flew to an unknown destination, according to the flight data. It later landed in Damascus before proceeding to Lebanon several hours after.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed a secret Iranian nuclear storage facility in Tehran and hidden missiles in Beirut during his address at the United Nations’ General Assembly session in September.