Israeli media accused Hezbollah of helping Gaza-based radio station Al-Aqsa Voice radio, run by Hamas resistance movement, to reach Tel Aviv.
Al-Aqsa Voice radio has started sending signals into the Zionist entity, the Times of Israel reported, citing an Israeli satellite imagery company.
The Israeli outlet cited the CEO of Sat View Nissan Cohen as saying that a new tower has been set up in a Lebanese village close to the country’s border with the occupied territories.
The new tower’s radio signal is “very, very powerful”, reaching listeners in Tel Aviv and disrupting local broadcasters, Cohen said, according to the Times of Israel.
“Three media outlets turned to us and said there was something disrupting [their broadcasts] on frequency 101.6 [FM]. So we went to check. We followed [the broadcasts] north, got to the Lebanese border and realized it’s coming from there”, Cohen told the Israeli Army Radio.
Source: 'Times of Israel'