Before Hezbollah’s Imminent Response, Netanyahu Escalates Rhetoric
It is clear that the current ‘Israeli’ Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s alertness made him rush to escalate his rhetoric towards Hezbollah.
Netanyahu awaits at any moment Hezbollah’s inevitable response to two ‘Israeli’ acts of aggression against Hezbollah members and the Lebanese sovereignty.
The first was represented by targeting civilians in Beirut’s southern suburb [Dahiyeh], while the second was an “Israeli” strike on a house containing Hezbollah fighters in Syria, in which two of them were martyred on Saturday night.
Netanyahu anticipated a stance that he assumes is strong but in fact conveys how much worried he is from a retaliation he still couldn’t expect its nature.
Commenting on Hezbollah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s speech that followed the ‘Israeli’ breach of Lebanese sovereignty in which two ‘Israeli’ drones entered Beirut’s suburb and crashed there before fulfilling their suicide and surveillance missions, Netanyahu advised Hezbollah ‘to calm down’.
“I heard what Nasrallah said. I suggest to Nasrallah to calm down. He knows well that ‘Israel’ knows how to defend itself and to pay back its enemies,” Netanyahu said in a speech.
Earlier on Sunday, Sayyed Nasrallah warned: “From now on, we will face the ‘Israeli’ drones in the Lebanese skies and we will work to bring them down.”
He further sent a sounding message to the apartheid entity by saying: “We aren’t joking and told the Zionists, we have a clear commitment that if ‘Israel’ kills any of our brothers in Syria, we will respond to this killing in Lebanon and not in Shebaa Farms. “
“I say to the ‘Israeli’ army on the border from tonight, stand guard [on high alert]. Wait for us one, two, three, four days,” Sayyed Nasrallah added.