ISRAEL (OBSERVATORY) – Avigdor Lieberman, Israeli Minister of Military Affairs, has declared a state of alert at the border with Lebanon, reported Fars News.
“The Lebanese army has entered the circle of animosity against Israel. When it has strengthened its ties with Hezbollah it will be part of our goals in a future war,” the Safa news agency quoted Lieberman as saying.
“Iran, Hezbollah and the Lebanese army have formed a united front against Israel, which has posed radical strategic problems,” Lieberman said.
On April 9 last Lebanese airspace, Israeli fighter jets conducted strikes against the T4 base in Homs. After this attack, in which several Iranians were killed, the Israeli regime’s authorities declared that the confrontation between Tehran and Tel Aviv had entered a new phase of direct confrontation.
Under the pretext of destroying the sites and the chemical capacity of Syria, the United States, France and the United Kingdom fired 103 missiles to Syria. According to the report of the Russian Ministry of Defense, 71 of these missiles were intercepted by the Syrian DCA.