Israel warns Hezbollah militants about forthcoming IDF attacks

TEL AVIV, (BM) – On Thursday, April 23, the New York Times published an article by Ben Hubbard and Ronen Bergman on the confrontation between Israel and Hezbollah, learned

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Journalists, citing their sources in Israel, write that Israel warns Hezbollah before striking terror objects and military bases, trying to avoid human casualties from Hezbollah, and thereby not provoke a large-scale military clash.

The article cites as an example a drone attack on a jeep containing Mustafa Murnia (Mugniya), the youngest son of the late Hezbollah intelligence agency chief Imad Mugniya, and the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps officer, Imad Karimi. Two rockets were fired towards the car, only the second of them hit the target. The car was destroyed, but Murania and the officer who was with him managed to leave the car.

Representatives of the pro-Iranian regional alliance believe that the first rocket was deliberately launched past the target in order to let people in the jeep leave it.

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The same sources told the New York Times that before an Israeli attack on military bases in Syria, Hezbollah militants had a phone call asking them to leave the facility before the operation began.


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