Ever since Hezbollah’s missiles hit Israel’s INS Hanit during the 2006 Lebanon War, killing four crew members, the Israeli Navy has intensified their training exercises. Recently, in a joint exercise with the U.S. and Greece, Israel prepared to defend the Jewish state against Hezbollah, as well as all other sea threats.
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In a mock setting built to resemble a typical Lebanese village, the IDF is training for the next round of war with Hezbollah terrorists.
Many Israelis live under the constant threat of terrorism. But recently, Israel’s Army Radio reported that Hamas has begun developing a new high-powered rocket that is very similar to rockets used by Hezbollah. As Hamas increases its rocket capabilities, Israeli authorities say they will continue to protect innocent civilians from harm.
Hassan Nasrallah, head of the Lebanese terrorist group, warns, "Israel should think a million times before it goes to war with Lebanon."
Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said that recent strikes on Hezbollah have been done in order to keep the terror group from obtaining chemical weapons.
The IDF has published a map of the towns and villages taken over by the terrorist group to be used as rocket launching sites, headquarters, and weapons warehouses.
Israel’s UN ambassador alerted the Security Council members that Iran is transferring weapons to Hezbollah on commercial airlines.
The Lebanese terrorist group held a rally in Syria this weekend in order to show its threats to Israel - tanks, armored cars, and missiles.
This week, Lebanon elected a new pro-Hezbollah leader who has vowed to "release what is left of our lands from Israeli occupation."
Israeli authorities have arrested six Hezbollah terrorists for smuggling explosives from Lebanon and planning to plant them in the city of Haifa.