Unless Gaza assaults cease, Hezbollah threatens regional war
Regional war: This area might become a very severe and extremely terrible scenario, and no one will be able to halt the repercussions,’ he said in an interview with the BBC.According to data provided by the Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health in Gaza, the number of fatalities in the territory has surpassed 10 000. During one of these instances, the warning was delivered in an interview in Beirut by the deputy leader of Hezbollah.
On October 7, a terrorist strike carried out by Hamas resulted in the deaths of 1,400 individuals, including 1,000 civilians. Israel carried out a counterattack in reaction to the strike carried out by Hamas.Hezbollah’s leader recently made the following statement: “The danger is really coming.” Because Israel is increasing its violence against civilians and taking the lives of a disproportionate number of women and children’ According to his statements, the question is: “Can this situation continue without causing more danger in this region?” I don’t believe that to be true. He highlighted that an increase in Israel’s strikes would raise the possibility of war in the area, and he said that this risk will rise.
Hezbollah is responsible for every civilian fatality that occurs.
As a result of the conflict in Gaza, Hizbullah has, up to this point, simply issued a warning and replied with extreme caution. Since an Israeli attack in southern Lebanon on Sunday killed a lady and three children, Hezbollah utilized Grad missiles to murder an Israeli civilian for the first time. The victim was an Israeli male.
Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, has issued a warning that every civilian casualty that occurs in Lebanon would be met with retaliation over the border. However, he has not as of yet threatened Israel with full-scale war. “Any and all options are on the table.” To drive home this point, the terrorist organization has, for the most part, restricted its reaction to assaults across borders that are directed at military objectives.
Over sixty of its warriors have been killed, but Hezbollah has a large number of other followers who have previous expertise in fighting who can step in and take their place. This week, a Hezbollah warrior was laid to rest in Beirut. His family has a long history of service to the organization, dating back many generations. In addition to this, he is the sixth member of his family to give their lives for the cause of the organization.