JERUSALEM – The Israeli troops says it unclosed a belligerent network run by a Lebanese Hezbollah organisation inside Syria, along a limit with Israel.
Wednesday’s matter quotes Brig. Gen. Amit Fisher as warning a Lebanese belligerent organisation that Israel will “not concede any try by Hezbollah to barricade itself nearby a border.”
It says Israeli army “will act with all a competence to force this militant classification out” — signaling probable new actions by a Israeli troops inside Syria.
The matter says a network, that Hezbollah runs together with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard, is stockpiling weapons, collecting comprehension and recruiting locals for attacks opposite Israel.
The Israeli troops says Hezbollah user Ali Musa Daqduq is a network’s commander and also claims it operates exclusively of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s authority.