Hezbollah Gives a 'Warning' to Israel, War Conflict is Hotter!


 The Hezbollah group in Lebanon warned Israel not to expand the scale of its attacks in Gaza beyond the Palestinian territories.

The statement was made after the news that the Deputy Head of Hamas, Saleh al-Arouri was killed in a drone strike in Beirut. The leader of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah in his statement asserted that his forces will not remain silent following the killing of Saleh last Tuesday.

He also said that Hezbollah will fight all the way if the Zionist regime chooses to expand its war to Lebanon.

However, his statement did not make any threat to retaliate against Israel for its support for Hamas. So far, the Israeli military has not yet confirmed or denied the drone attack.

The Zionist regime had previously promised to destroy the Hamas forces following the group's surprise attack on Israel on October 7. Israel has launched ground and air attacks and resulted in the death of 22,000 Palestinians.

The Gaza Ministry of Health reported that the death toll comprised nearly one percent of the 2.3 million Palestinians in Gaza.

According to Israel's spokesman, Daniel Hagari did not want to comment on the statement from Hezbollah. They are now more focused on eliminating Hamas forces in Gaza. Hezbollah's statement also surprised White House official John Kirby because he thought Hezbollah was not involved in this war conflict.

The killing of Saleh has sparked the anger of Muslims around the world and the potential for war outside the Palestinian territories.

Saleh al-Arouri is the first senior Hamas political leader to be killed since the Zionists launched air and ground strikes against the militant group nearly three months ago.