Hezbollah mourns a martyr killed by the enemy in Syria: anxiety and ambiguity in Israel


News: The tension suddenly returned to the Lebanese front with the enemy. Israel has again broken the rules of engagement in Syria, and carried out a raid that killed a martyr of the Islamic Resistance, which I called yesterday. Hezbollah’s announcement of the reason for the death of Ali Mohsen (Jawad) came in two waves. The first was contained in a statement that he said was martyred while carrying out his jihad duty. It was not long before he announced that he was martyred in the Israeli raid on a site near Damascus airport. The clear announcement was a message the enemy’s leadership received that it was ready by the resistance to respond by acting across the northern border. Israeli commentators relied on the equation that Hezbollah had previously established last summer, and which the Secretary-General of the party, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, returned and established by declaring that the resistance would inevitably respond to every assassination suffered by a Hezbollah opponent in Lebanon or outside it.

The official silence of the enemy leaders was covered by the comments of Israeli journalists and experts who spoke about a “definite response”, although some of them mentioned many analyzes that include threats by the military and security institutions that Israel will also respond to any response from Hezbollah. But the declared silence was accompanied by exceptional military measures by the occupation forces along the northern front, which extends from Naqoura in the west to the occupied Syrian Golan. Amid a diplomatic alert, led by external parties, on the Beirut-Tel Aviv line, and its title is “Seeking to contain tension”. And as every time, The enemy is trying to say that he “was not intentionally killing the resistor in the raid, It is not intended to engage in a confrontation. ”These are phrases that are usually used in an attempt to contain the reaction of the resistance and prevent it from carrying out a military response. The enemy is also betting that “Hezbollah is in a confusing situation because of the existing political and economic conditions in Lebanon and because of the complications of the Corona pandemic.” The enemy’s bet here turns into a desire either for the party to refrain from responding, even if it announces that it retains the right to respond, or for the party to control its response in a way that does not compel Israel to respond, thus rolling things toward confrontation. For its part, Hizbullah maintained silence, and issued no position, statement or hint about what it intends to do, given that groups of resistance have raised their level of readiness to cope with the enemy’s mobilization on the borders.

For its part, the enemy announced through its media that it feared Hezbollah’s response from the Lebanese scene. The fear that official Israel has been silent about, has occupied its media staff who were waiting for any relevant news or comment from Lebanon.

Hebrew Channel 13 reported, according to sources in the Northern Command of the IDF, that the fear of Hezbollah’s response had advanced the military’s concerns, and that the area’s leadership had taken steps and measures consistent with its estimates and fear. She noted that the air force movement that activated yesterday is part of the Israeli army’s military preparedness.

The enemy announced through its media that it feared Hezbollah’s response from Lebanon

The Hebrew media commentary based on various military and security sources focused on the “inevitability of Hezbollah’s response”, as well as the location and square of the staging of the response, since “the mere announcement by Hezbollah of the killing of one of its members as a result of Israeli attacks, this means that the response is coming.” The issue is not confined to a response from Syria or from the Shebaa Farms. Rather, according to the correspondent of the Hebrew channel Kan was related to the equation (Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan) Nasrallah: The death of Hezbollah in Israeli attacks on Syria means a response (to Israel). From the Lebanese border. ”

The response and the Israeli fear about it was reinforced in the wake of the second statement issued by Hezbollah, which modified the obituary from the martyr of the jihad duty to a martyr who fell as a result of the Israeli attacks, and this “changes the aspects of the matter and its image.”

Nevertheless, most of the Israeli comments focused on a “near-unified comment”, without additions or indications indicating a detail related to the Israeli preparedness that a number of correspondents spoke about, or the measures that a number of others talked about. While it was noticed yesterday that the threats started to appear, albeit indirectly, as according to military correspondents, Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi “differs in his dealings with those who preceded him in the post, and he does not accept refraining from responding to Hezbollah’s response.”

The common feature of Israeli correspondents is what the Military Affairs correspondent for the newspaper “Macor Rishon” summed up in a tweet on Twitter by saying: “The problem with this story is that when Hezbollah issues a statement like this, it means that they will respond.”

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