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Infiltration in Israel: Hezbollah wants to remain silent

2023-03-22T19:16:57.327Z


The leader of pro-Iranian Hezbollah in Lebanon on Wednesday (March 22) refused to reveal whether his powerful formation was involved in a recent incident in...


The leader of pro-Iranian Hezbollah in Lebanon on Wednesday (March 22) refused to reveal whether his powerful formation was involved in a recent incident in northern Israel, saying silence was one of his weapons in his battle with the Jewish state .

Last week, the Israeli army announced that it had killed a suspect who was wearing an explosive belt and who was suspected of having infiltrated from Lebanon, citing possible Hezbollah involvement.

Hezbollah's silence testifies to its wisdom.

Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hezbollah

"

Last week's incident disturbed the enemy

", who "

is trying to find out whether the resistance fighter entered from Lebanon or not, and who sent him

", Hassan Nasrallah said in Hezbollah's first reaction.

"

Hezbollah's silence bears witness to its wisdom

"

,

added the secretary general of the Shiite formation in a televised speech, considering that "

silence is also a weapon in the political, media, military and psychological battle

" with Israel.

We are not required to comment on every incident

,” he said.

The suspect, suspected of infiltrating Israel from Lebanon, was shot dead by Israeli forces in the north of the country.

The Israeli army said it was "

examining the possibility

" that Hezbollah, which effectively controls southern Lebanon, was involved.

The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), deployed in southern Lebanon to buffer between the two countries, technically in a state of war, had assured that it had “not observed

any crossing of the border in recent days.

»

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A definitive and rapid response from the resistance.

Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary General of Hezbollah

The Israeli army said on Monday March 20 to exclude the possibility that the suspect could have used a tunnel to cross into Israel, claiming to have understood “

how he had crossed the

border fence”, without further details.

According to Israeli Army Radio, the suspect had used a ladder to climb the fence that marks the border.

In 2006, the last major confrontation between Israel and Hezbollah left more than 1,200 dead on the Lebanese side, mostly civilians, and 160 on the Israeli side, mostly soldiers.

Hassan Nasrallah warned Israel on Wednesday that "

any aggression against any region of Lebanon, or any person present on Lebanese territory

" would attract "

a definitive and rapid response from the resistance

" embodied by his movement.

Source: lefigaro

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