Israel’s northern border with Lebanon heated up again on Wednesday afternoon after a brief period of quiet, with the Israel Defense Forces reporting another round of rockets and anti-tank missile fire.
“The land is Lebanese, the control is Iranian, and the target is Israel,” said Israel’s defense minister.
Dialogue is being conducted through intermediaries given the countries remain technically at war.
Hezbollah’s terrorist army has caused severe direct economic damage to the people of Lebanon, an army official said.
Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid hails the agreement as a “tremendous” diplomatic, military and economic achievement for Israel.
Israel and Lebanon are readying to open maritime border talks in July, paving the way for the same trade route used to build Solomon’s Temple.
Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah has aimed a barb at Israel, suggesting that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) will likely not attack Lebanon, as in his estimation, Israel’s home front is ill-prepared for the realities of that war.
On the last day of Operation Northern Shield, the IDF discovered the largest tunnel found yet crossing into Israel.
Hezbollah terrorists in a Lebanese border village received a nasty surprise last week.After the IDF revealed a fifth terrorist attack tunnel, they began pouring in concrete from the Israeli end. Video footage showed spooked terrorists fleeing as the liquid cement seeped out of the Lebanese side of the tunnel.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon will present what he calls “clear-cut intelligence evidence” that proves the Lebanese Armed Forces and Hezbollah are coordinating their activity and allowing the terrorist group to undermine Israel’s efforts to tackle these tunnels.