Haftar's plane lands in Tel Aviv, Israeli journalist says
Military correspondent to Israeli Channel 11, Itay Blumental, said a (P4-RMA) plane for Libyan renegade commander Khalifa Haftar took off from Dubai and headed to Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv.
Blumental said on Twitter Monday that the plane will later fly to Egypt, adding that he is backed by Russia, Egypt, UAE, France, and Jordan, with an alleged new support from Israel.
Flight tracking sites said (Dassault Falcon 900 P4-RMA) which is used by Haftar landed at 11.30 Libya time in Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv coming from the UAE.
Western media reported meetings for Haftar with Israeli Mossad in Egypt between 2017 and 2019, and Jerusalem Post newspaper said last year that Israeli officers came to Libya to train Haftar's forces in August and September 2019.