Beirut (QNN)- Hezbollah denied its fighters staged an “infiltration attempt” that led to clashes with Israeli occupation forces on Monday calling the Israeli account a move to create “false victories”.
The Lebanese resistance group also promised to revenge for a Hezbollah member killed in an Israeli air strike in Syria last week saying a response against the occupation state was “coming for sure”.
Hezbollah issued a statement in which it stressed that the state of alert which dominates the occupation state for fear of Hezbollah response to the killing of Ali Kamel Mohsen drove the Israeli army to move tensely on the ground and via the media outlets on the basis of “They deem every shout to be against them.”
The statement stressed that all the Israeli claims about an infiltration operation carried out by Hezbollah and killing or wounding any of its fighters in the vicinity of the enemy’s military sites in the occupied Shebaa Farms are absolutely untrue and aim at fabricating false victories.
On the other side, the Israeli occupation army claimed that up to four Hezbollah militants crossed the border in the Mount Dov area, part of the Israeli-occupied Syrian Golan Heights.
The army even claimed that the fighters “fled back to Lebanon” after being shot and Netanyahu, in a televised address, said he took a “grave view of this attempt to infiltrate our territory”.
“Hezbollah and Lebanon bear full responsibility for this incident and any attack from Lebanese territory against Israel. Hezbollah should know that it is playing with fire”, he claimed.
The occupation state had sent military reinforcements to the northern frontier after Hezbollah threatened retaliation over the killing of one of its members in an attack in Syria earlier this week.