Israel Turns Off GPS Navigation System Near Border To Fool Enemy Missiles And Drones

Israel Turns Off GPS Navigation System Near Border To Fool Enemy Missiles And Drones. The Israeli Army or IDF reportedly blocked a number of signals for navigation including GPS on Thursday, April 4 2024. The aim of this obstruction is expected to weaken Iran’s capabilities if it launches a revenge attack against Israel. Al-Mayadeen’s source said that a number of residents in Tel Aviv reported navigation problems when they drove.

The application on the cellphone shows that their position is in Beirut, Lebanon. This kind of disturbance has previously been widely reported in Northern Israel and areas near Gaza. However, it is very rare in Central Israel such as in Tel Aviv. With this navigation disturbance, Israel hopes to hinder the effectiveness of enemy ballistic missiles and drones.

Previously, on Monday 1 April 2024, Israel attacked the Iranian consulate building located in Syria. This attack killed two Iranian generals as well as five other military officers. One of the generals who died was Muhammad Reza Zahedi, Commander of the Quds forces in Syria and Lebanon.

His death drew outrage from the Iranian government and Hezbollah militants. Both of them vowed revenge until Israel was truly sorry. Recently, the Israeli military has asked its combat troops on leave to return to duty in case a sudden attack occurs, they are ready.