“Israeli” fear of Hizbullah is never absent from the apartheid entity’s media or military institutions.
According to an “Israeli” battalion commander stationed on the Occupied Palestinian border with Lebanon on Wednesday, Hizbullah was “obsessively” monitoring “Israeli” soldiers from across the border.
In an interview with Channel 2, Lt. Col. Eliav Elbaz further mentioned that the Resistance fighters’ recent activity was “reminiscent of what they did before the Second Lebanon War.”
“The other side is obsessively gathering [information] about everything happening here, everything our security forces [are doing],” Elbaz said.
In parallel, he warned that although they’re up to their necks in the war in Syria, but we still see them walking around and scouting the “Israeli” positions.
“We are preparing for war. In the event of a war, they will have a lot more to lose,” he cliamed.
Earlier this month, the “Israeli” army’s deputy chief of staff said the Lebanese group’s improving capabilities deeply concerned “Israel”. Major General Yair Golan said that could result in “full-scale war. “Comparing that to anything we’ve experienced before, no doubt, this is the most severe threat we’ve ever experienced before,” Golan said.
Of a possible future crisis, he said “we’re not going to see small war in Lebanon. It’s going to be decisive. It’s going to be full-scale war.”