There was one small yet welcome development on that front when the United States announced sanctions against an ostensible environmentalist NGO (actually, a front for Hezbollah) called “Green Without Borders.”
As the Iran-backed terror army provokes Israel on the border and builds its arsenal, experts assess that Iranian pressure, and the domestic crises in Lebanon and Israel, are emboldening its leader Hassan Nasrallah.
In a defiant speech, the Hezbollah leader called Israel a “cancerous growth” that must be destroyed.
The terrorist group aims to preserve its option of invading the Galilee.
Likely with Iranian encouragement, Nasrallah seeks to humiliate Israel, but with each new match he lights, the chance of a conflagration increases.
They stayed for about 20 minutes on the Israeli side of the border.
The military dropped leaflets in the targeted area warning the Syrian army against working with Iranian terror proxies.
Israel, too, is seriously preparing for a scenario exceeding in scope the military conflict with Gaza in May 2021.
The suspect, armed with a suicide vest and a rifle, was killed at a security checkpoint.
Operatives are continuously gathering pre-attack intelligence on Israel, the Alma Center says.