"Israeli" Occupation Forces [IOF] Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot said that the Hezbollah resistance group is becoming an increasingly strong "military presence" during a period of extended quiet along the entity's northern border with Lebanon.
"We know that despite the quiet, many challenges are waiting," Eisenkot said Tuesday.
He went on to say that Hezbollah is "preserving its military presence in the area, holds weapons systems and is becoming more powerful in its military capabilities."
"We will do everything required to protect ‘Israel's' northern border and ensure that it is safe and quiet," he stated.
Henceforth, according to the military leader, the "Israeli" entity's challenge "is to continue to preserve readiness, to deepen our knowledge about the enemy, to reduce their capabilities and to extend as much as possible the good security and civil reality that has endured for 11 years [since the 2006 Second Lebanon War]," which allegedly "serves the populations on both sides of the [‘Israel'-Lebanon border] fence."
In a bid to ease the tension among the "Israeli" public, Eizenkot emphasized the entity's "supremacy, in the quality of commanders and fighters and the abilities to achieve victory in wartime and to deliver a high and painful result to the enemy."
Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team