Jerusalem: “I recommend he think not twice, but twenty times, because if he confronts us, he will get a crushing blow that he cannot even imagine”, strongly warned Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. A few hours ago, Hezbollah chief, Hassan Nasrallah had threatened Israel over its air raids in Syria warning the country of carrying out attacks that would make them realise the current and the future situation. The Israeli prime minister thus responded to the threat.
The Israeli prime minister criticised the Hezbollah chief as being arrogant. Moreover, Nasrallah had issued such threats on many occasions in the past. However, Nasrallah, who is well aware of Israel’s power, would not attempt to do so, claimed Prime Minister, Netanyahu. “I heard the words that came from the direction of Hezbollah, and they came from the same person who said after the Second Lebanon War in 2006 that if he knew what Israel’s response would have been to the kidnapping of our soldiers, he would have considered twice whether to do so,” reminded Prime Minister Netanyahu.
“So today I recommend he think not twice, but twenty times, because if he confronts us, he will get a crushing blow that he cannot even imagine”, strongly warned Prime Minister, Netanyahu. Earlier too, Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister, Avigdor Lieberman had objected to the factory of Hezbollah’s arsenal in South Lebanon and its movements in Syria, and also threatened of grave consequences.
Meanwhile, Nasrallah had issued a threat to Israel few hours ago saying that its attacks on Syria would not be tolerated. Moreover, Israel attacked the Syrian Hezbollah arms’ base to prevent it from acquiring weapons. However, Nasrallah claimed that these attempts of Israel have failed. Also, despite Israel’s attack on Syria, Hezbollah has successfully acquired the precision missiles, announced Nasrallah.
After taking Nasrallah’s threat into consideration, the attacks on the Hezbollah and its ally, Iran’s bases in Syria will furthermore increase, claim the Israeli military officials.