“No one is above the law,” says Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros Al-Rai, after a deadly gun battle erupts in the capital between Hezbollah supporters and unidentified assailants.
The need in the north has become a concern, especially due to the severe lack of public shelters and Lebanon’s growing economic crisis.
By adding to its power directly north of the border, it gives Hamas more flexibility on its attack options against Israel.
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati issued a statement to the public calling for refraining from being drawn into civil war.
Three Iranian oil tankers have reached Syria’s Baniyas Port.
"It is impossible to discuss the Golan Heights without touching on what is happening over the border."
Last month, an arrangement was made to import Egyptian gas to Lebanon via Jordan, through Syrian territory.
As a result of the attack, six soldiers were injured and equipment was damaged, the Syrian Army said.
The terrorist organization possesses a fleet of Iranian-made military drones it received from smuggling efforts in recent years, according to multiple assessments.
Ammonium nitrate is the same chemical that blew up Beirut Port on August 4, 2020.
It threatens targeted sanctions on Lebanon for “obstructing and undermining the democratic political process.”
"The Kashan base located north of the city of Isfahan is used to train terrorists from Yemen, Iraq, Syria snd Lebanon."
Lapid: “Israel will not allow Iran to become a nuclear state – or even a nuclear threshold state.”
The Biden administration has a vested interest in taking over from Hezbollah the task of supplying Lebanon with fuel.
“The Syrian side welcomed the request and assured it was ready to oblige it.”
Syrian air defenses were reportedly in action against air strikes aimed at targets in Damascus.
It appears the strike was more significant that initially reported.
“We don’t want to get into a challenge with anyone ... we want to help our people,” says Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah • Lebanon’s fuel crisis requires an “immediate” solution, says a U.N. representative.
In the wake of an alleged Israeli airstrike on a military post near the border, Syrian opposition sources report that the Israeli military dropped leaflets warning Syrian forces that Hezbollah “will bring ruin” upon them.
The post is manned jointly by Iranian proxies from Hezbollah and the Iranian elite Quds Force.
The country’s economic crisis has led to long lines at gas stations.
Local Druze citizens in Lebanon stopped the rocket unit and detained the terrorists.
The Alma Center report said they connect entire regions of the country to one another; some tunnels are able to allow pick-up trucks with multi-barrel rocket launchers to fire, vanish and re-emerge tens of kilometers from the firing point.
The drone was under constant IDF surveillance throughout the incident.
Israel’s Deputy Defense Minister Alon Schuster said bolstering housing near the Lebanese border will form a “critical issue in the home front and the civilian resilience in the next conflict.”
“We do not want to involve Lebanon in military operations that provoke devastating Israeli reactions,” said Lebanon’s Maronite Patriarch Bechara Boutros al-Rahi.
Ali Kajak would patrol along the Israeli border for Hezbollah wearing civilian clothing.
The UN secretary-general called on all parties to exercise utmost restraint, ignoring, as usual, that the attacks were instigated from Lebanon.
"Today Lebanon appears to have lost its anchor and is now in need of a resuscitation."
"This violence puts Israelis and Lebanese at risk and jeopardizes Lebanon’s stability and sovereignty."