Israel responds to “Hezbollah proposal”

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — Israeli intelligence sources have claimed that Israel has rejected Hezbollah’s proposal to respond to a limited response to the fall of two drones in Beirut and the raid that killed two Hezbollah members in Syria.

Hezbollah wants to avoid a “surge of hostilities” in an exchange of messages via secret channels on Tuesday, citing what it called “military and intelligence sources” as saying that Israel responded that any attack by Hezbollah, regardless Regardless of his goal, whether “limited” or not, will lead Israel to strike a “fatal” blow against him in Lebanon.

This comes after the agency quoted “Reuters” informed sources as saying that “Hezbollah” plans to carry out a “calculated strike” against Israel, will not lead to the outbreak of war in the region does not want any of the party and Israel, “the sources added that” go now to strike But the way events will evolve is another matter.”

The site, according to intelligence sources, that “Hezbollah” will seek to launch an attack during the next three weeks to take advantage of the period before the Israeli elections on September 17.

US President Donald Trump called on his Egyptian counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who met him in France last weekend, to do everything possible to rein in Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip and prevent them from aligning with Iran. Sisi responded by inviting a Hamas delegation to Cairo on Tuesday, warning that ties between Egypt and Gaza would be severed immediately if Hamas or Islamic Jihad hit Israel, the website claimed.

The Lebanese “Hezbollah”, at dawn last Sunday, that an Israeli drone crashed in the suburbs of Beirut, which is a stronghold, while another exploded in the same area, and Israel launched the dawn the next day on a military site belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (Command In Lebanon, near the Syrian border, in what President Michel Aoun called “a declaration of war.”


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