IDF Remains on High Alert Following Foiled Hezbollah Attack


The IDF is staying on high alert Tuesday following a failed Hezbollah terror attack the day before.

Hezbollah has denied it was behind the failed attack and said it would retaliate against Israel for the execution of one of its terrorists last week in an air strike attributed to Israel.

The Times of Israel reports that upheaval in Lebanon itself is also underway:

Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab accused Israel of carrying out a “dangerous military escalation” the previous day and thereby violating United Nations Resolution 1701, which ended the 2006 Second Lebanon War.

“I fear that the situation will deteriorate in light of the severe tension on our borders with occupied Palestine,” Diab wrote in a statement, calling for caution.

Diab is a Hezbollah puppet with little power or influence.

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