Nasrallah threatens with retaliation
Speaking on television after two drones belonging to the occupation regime crashed south of the Lebanese capital Beirut, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah said it was only a matter of time before they retaliate to the attack.
Nasrallah, speaking after the occupation regime's drone attack, which also damaged Hezbollah media, said they are now moving into a new phase, and used the phrase "suicide drones" for specific targets for the downed drones of the occupation regime.
Nasrallah called the situation a "very, very, very dangerous development" and said that everything possible will be done to prevent the repeat of another attack.
Nasrallah described the attacks as "the first clear, big, dangerous, breach of the rules of engagement drawn up in 2006" after the end of the conflict with the occupation regime.
"We will certainly retaliate to that," said Nasrallah, adding that a dangerous road would be opened for Lebanon if they remained silent. "Not just from the north, but from anywhere. No one should make himself feel safe. Maybe one day, 2 or 3 days later."
"We will not allow the clock to be turned back. We will not allow Lebanon to be violated by bombardment, killing or explosions, nor the violation of sanctities. This for us is a red line," Nasrallah said.
"We will no longer allow drones belonging to the occupation regime to enter Lebanon, we will drop them all," he added.
"May your drones hit Lebanon after today and forget to return safely. We will respond to every aggression as often as we can. Israel tells its compatriots living in occupied territory, bordering Lebanon, that they are safe. Those living on the border should know that this is not true. Every aggression will have its retaliation. Israeli occupying troops on the Lebanese border, from today, prepare to flee at any moment."