Analysis || IAF didn't have to enter Syria to attack it
If Israel did indeed strike a weapons convoy headed for Hezbollah, it may have done so from Lebanese airspace, so as to avoid both physical and diplomatic dangers.
The silence was kept for 24 hours. Since Thursday night, rumors had begun circulating in Lebanon about unusual Israeli Air Force activity in the north. Official Israeli sources denied this; some, who were perhaps more experienced, refused to comment. The Israeli leadership showed that business was continuing as usual.