Hezbollah will respond "surprisingly" to Israel's drones
Jerusalem worried but excludes a war
Hezbollah has made it known that it will respond soon to the drones sent by Israel to Beirut with a "surprise" protest.
Lebanese leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah described the incidents as the first Israeli attack in Lebanon since the 2006 war, although Israel did not claim responsibility for the airspace violation and Netanyahu, in a speech on August 25, called on the party secretary and Shiite military group to "calm down".
Jerusalem, which identifies Hezbollah as a great threat, currently excludes the possibility of a war even if Lebanon declared that, in the coming days, the "response" to the submission of the August 23 aircraft will be revealed in detail.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency