"Israel" is greatly occupied with the talk of Hezbollah threats.
However, "Israeli" Haaretz daily chose to shed light on the repercussions of the entity's adventure in agitating conflicts with both Hamas and Hezbollah.
According to the daily, "Israel" is facing two potential security imbroglios, one with Syria and Lebanon and the second with Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
In both cases, it seems as if "Israel" is reaching the limits of its maneuvering room, which increases the risk of a confrontation.
On Sunday morning "Israeli" War Minister Avigdor Lieberman warned that the next time the air force will destroy any antiaircraft missile battery that fired on "Israel's" aircraft.
At the same time, Chief of General Staff Gadi Eisenkot, at the change of command ceremony in Safed for the head of Northern Command, claimed, "Hezbollah is violating UN resolutions and is preparing for war." He added that "in a future war there will be a clear address - the Lebanese government."
Behind these incidents and declarations lies one central development: the success of Syrian President Bashar Assad to totally turn things around in his country's civil war and the confidence that Russia's military intervention provides Assad's camp, which also reflects onto Hezbollah.
It further stated: "Meanwhile, the fact that the Shi'ite axis has the upper hand in Syria strengthens Hezbollah's domestic position and its influence over the Lebanese government in Beirut. But the growing cooperation between Hezbollah and the Lebanese Army has led "Israel" to issue strong warnings to the Lebanese government."
Haaretz went on to say: ""Israel" now has to weigh its steps carefully because Russia is in the neighborhood. Over the weekend the "Israeli" ambassador to Russia was summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry for the first time to explain Friday's attack. Russia is trying to come to a permanent cease-fire in Syria, an effort that's meeting with apathy and hesitancy from the US administration."
"Meanwhile, in the south, sporadic rocket fire from Gaza to the al-Naqab continues; there was were rockets fired last Wednesday and Saturday.
Yesterday there were warning sirens in the Gaza border communities that turned out to be false alarms - which have become pretty common recently, indicating either the sensitivity of the military apparatus or a rise in the frequency of attempted fire by Hamas."
Source: Haaretz, Edited by website team