Like the previous terror tunnels that have been found on the Northern border, this one has also been booby-trapped by the IDF.
Israel's response to a Hezbollah offensive, the spokesman warned, would target the southern Beirut suburbs of Dahieh, a Hezbollah stronghold that was attacked by Israel during the 2006 war.
It's also the sound that helped the IDF catch them before any Israeli civilians were killed, as Hezbollah intended.
“He ultimately decided to target two Toledo-area synagogues for a mass-casualty attack in the name of ISIS."
Netanyahu said that the relationship between Israel and the Gulf States is growing.
"Has the time not come for you to ask for a clear answer? Do you feel safe, knowing that your homes are located above gunpowder barrels?"
The alleged attack was later reported to be a false alarm.
Israel has said it will strike Hezbollah in Lebanese territory if it does not cease its production of precision-guided missiles.
Israel may preparing the foundations for a preventive strike against the terror group which has amassed an estimated 150,000 rockets at Israel's border.
The IDF booby-trapped the tunnel, and if any Hezbollah terrorists enter it, they will be killed.
The Lebanese have claimed that the IDF crossed the Blue Line on the border on Friday, a claim denied by both the IDF and UNIFIL.
Netanyahu said Israel had no choice due to the humanitarian issues impacting Gaza.
Netanyahu asked the ambassadors to condemn the violation of Israeli sovereignty; they toured the area of the exposed tunnel.
Tehran blames the United States, Saudi Arabia and Israel for backing these enemies of the regime in order to destabilize Iran.
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While the operation has gotten off to a smooth start, the officer warned that the situation remains fragile.
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A senior IDF officer also warned the tunnel exposed outside Metullah was to be used by Hezbollah to cut the town off from the rest of the country.
So far, IDF forces appear to have stuck to the Israeli side of the blue line, but it is conceivable that they'd be cutting in and out of Lebanese territory in their pursuit of Hezbollah tunnels.
"The Lebanese government must abide by its international commitments and fully implement the ... Security Council resolutions."
The IDF Chief of Staff called on Israelis to "feel safe, continue their daily routines and continue traveling to the north."
"We ... call upon Iran and its proxies to stop their provocative and dangerous actions." added US envoy Jason Greenblatt.
The prime minister added that Operation Northern Shield "will continue until the outcome is achieved."
The IDF has begun a limited call up of reserve forces in preparation for potential retaliation by Hezbollah.
The FIDE "has agreed to strip Saudi Arabia from the right to host a forthcoming chess tournament, after a lawyers' letter was sent by two Israeli nationals."
The tunnel was discovered as part of the IDF Northern Shield operation launched Monday morning to expose and neutralize terrorist tunnels dug by the Hezbollah terror organization into Israeli territory.