Iran Building Illegal Telecom Network in Lebanon
According to a Lebanese government report, Iran is helping the terrorist group Hizballah build an illegal telecommunications network capable of eavesdropping on all telephone calls in the country.
Syria and Iran are preparing their proxy terrorists for war on Israel, and this is another front.
An official Lebanese government report reveals that Iran is setting up an illegal telecommunication network across Lebanon, capable of intercepting all telephone conversations in the country, the Saudi-owned daily al-Sharq al-Awsat reported Sunday.
According to the report, Iran has set up this network to aid the Lebanon-based guerilla group Hezbollah.
In an interview with al-Sharq al-Awsat, Lebanese Telecommunications Minister Marwan Hamadeh said that the “issue of communications has been under discussion for a long time, but we were waiting for them [Hezbollah] to respond to the security authorities who requested they stop all infringements.”
According to Hamadeh, the Lebanese cabinet is planning to discuss this Iranian network on Monday, and later bring the issue before the United Nations Security Council as well as the Arab League, al-Awsat reported.
In the interview, Hamadeh added that Hezbollah was making efforts to link all the militias in Lebanon, Syria and Iran via a vast telecommunications network.
“Their goal is not security resistance. They want to connect between all the Iranian and Syrian militias and they want to eavesdrop on everyone,” Hamadeh said.