Syrian state media and other sources carefully avoided identifying the nationalities of the “military personnel” who were killed.
“Nasrallah has apparently forgotten what the true power relations are between Israel and Hezbollah . . . If he makes a mistake, he will become the 'Destroyer of Lebanon'."
Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah convened a meeting in Lebanon with the heads of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad to coordinate their attacks against Israel.
The current proposal limited UNIFIL's freedom of movement in Lebanon.
US energy envoy Amos Hochstein is in Lebanon to try to de-escalate tensions at the Israeli border.
Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant has warned UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres the potential for escalation on the Lebanese-Israeli border is growing.
“The aggression caused material damage to the airport runway, thus it went out of service.”
“Their mission was to monitor and try to infiltrate sensitive Hezbollah positions.”
The affair illustrates Hezbollah's and Tehran's efforts to "exploit the Arab citizens of Israel," said a Shin Bet official.
On Wednesday, the Treasury Department designated Hezbollah's Green Without Borders a terrorist organization.
Needless to say, the folks in Ghajar village would much rather stay under Israeli rule than Hezbollah’s.
“The United States rejects Hezbollah’s cynical efforts to cloak its destabilizing terrorist activities with false environmentalism.”
There were an unspecified number of casualties from the blast near the town of Al-Ruhaiba.
It seems the thin air in Nasrallah's bunker is causing him some confusion.
In response, IDF soldiers fired warning shots into southern Lebanon.
Security sources said the vehicle was carrying anti-tank missiles being sent to Hezbollah from the Islamic Republic.
The incident began when a truck carrying a delivery for Hezbollah – accounts differ as to whether the truck carried ammunition, weaponry or captagon pills – flipped over.
“The enemy needs to understand that when it comes to Israel’s security, we are all united.”
Hezbollah plans a surprise break through the fence, which will end in invading a home in Israel and taking hostages, or even taking over an entire settlement.
Israel is “not impressed by Nasrallah’s bunker threats. At the moment of truth, he will find us standing together shoulder to shoulder.”
When Netanyahu takes proper action against Hezbollah, he will be accused of launching a war to avert the people’s attention from the crisis.
“The operatives did not cross the Blue Line and were under full surveillance by our forces; if they had crossed, the force would have acted accordingly."
Two major legislative bodies have called for Europe to fully repudiate the Iran-backed entity.
The fact that Hezbollah was able to record the footage with such accuracy is significant in that it shows its snipers are also able to target Israel’s highest-ranking military officer.
“The provocation on the Lebanese border by the Hezbollah terrorist organization could degenerate into a military confrontation."
The area where both incidents took place is clearly delineated by the United Nations-approved, so-called "blue line" as being within Israeli territory.
Hezbollah says it does not recognize the UN certified Blue Line and disputes numerous points along the border.
The U.S. has conveyed to Israel a Lebanese demand that Israel halt construction of a security barrier in a village on the border.
The IDF preferred to exercise caution.
"Elizabeth Zurkov is still alive, and we see Iraq as responsible for her fate and safety."