North Korean experts reportedly injected thionyl chloride into the missiles under the supervision of an Iranian chemical weapons expert.
According to the report, missiles equipped with warheads containing toxic thionyl chloride, were delivered to Al Qusayr nearly two weeks ago from Masyaf, Syria.
The missile fire targeted weapons and ammunition sites, including an air defense battery.
Lebanon could give Chris Voss a masterclass on how to say “no” and get everything you want in international negotiations.
Nasrallah said there is still 2.5 square kilometers that have not yet been liberated from Israel.
Nasrallah also didn't forget to praise "Areen al-Aswood" and Arab terrorist Udai al-Tamimi.
The Netanyahu government, should it take over in November, God willing, must hire an army of lawyers to get Israel out of this insult to its sovereignty.
Israel has managed to destroy 90% of the Iranian-Hezbollah plans to establish a base in Syria.
Four attacks on American troops in October were reported.
Hezbollah be able to literally carpet-bomb northern Israel, if not further south.
Anwar Sadar: "Poor Menachem, I got back 90% of the Sinai and the Alma oil fields, and what has Menachem got? A piece of paper."
Netanyahu warned, "Hezbollah will use the billions from the gas to arm itself with missiles and rockets against Israeli citizens; Iran will position itself against Rosh Hanikra and against Israel’s gas reserves."
"As the Chief of General Staff told the Government, [the deal] does not preserve our security, it enhances our security."
After the review, the agreement returns to the government cabinet for a final ratification.
Alternate Prime Minister Naftali Bennett supported the agreement with a statement that attempted to side with the opposition as well as with the cabinet vote.
Considering the current power balance in the 24th Knesset, it is almost certain that a vote would kill the deal.
The risky timing may cause Lapid to reconsider the move.
Now it remains to be seen if the Lapid government would be brazen enough to push the latest draft through before the November 1 elections.
Kochavi showed the French general which Lebanese targets would be destroyed if Hezbollah attacked.
Prime Minister Lapid for his part turned to the age-old strategy of "when in doubt – lie through your teeth."
“Yair Lapid shamefully capitulated to Nasrallah's threats."
“The European Union cannot enable terrorists by allowing them to participate in diplomacy. Each nation in the EU must . . .designate Hezbollah as the terrorists they have proven themselves to be.”
Good luck collecting.
"We will not allow that oil and gas be extracted from the disputed Karish field before Lebanon obtains its rightful demands."
The reconciliation between Syria and Hamas was achieved with the help of Iran, the Hezbollah terror organization in Lebanon, and also with Russian involvement.
The chief of staff's words reflected warnings from US intelligence and the IDF of a “reasonable possibility” there will soon be a military confrontation with Hezbollah.
Many Lebanese fear Hezbollah's threats could jeopardize a maritime boundary deal with Israel that could reboot the country's crashing economy with gas extraction.
Among them, said Asaad Al-Zubi, were “400 tons of chemical WMDs.”
“The . . . containers placed by Green Without Borders obstructs UNIFIL’s access to the Blue Line and is heightening tension in the area. . . this so-called environmental group is acting on Hezbollah’s behalf."
US energy envoy Amos Hochstein is expected to return in September to continue mediating the negotiations between Lebanon and Israel.