Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed terrorist group that is based in Lebanon, called for a day of “unprecedented anger” directed at Israel after there was an explosion at a hospital in Gaza that killed hundreds of people.
Palestinian officials claimed that Israel bombed the hospital, which resulted in the deaths of more than 500 people. However, Israel later said that the explosion at the hospital was caused by a rocket that terrorists launched from inside Gaza that malfunctioned and hit the hospital.
Hezbollah joined the rest of the Islamic world in instantly blaming Israel for the attacks.
“Let tomorrow, Wednesday, be a day of unprecedented anger against the enemy and its crimes and against Biden’s visit to the Zionist entity to cover and protect this criminal entity,” the Islamic terrorist group said. “And let the message be clear that this is a day that comes after it on the path of resistance, victory, and retaliation for the oppressed from the oppressor.”
On Monday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that residents of 28 towns along the Israel-Lebanon border needed to evacuate the area, including the following communities: Ghajar, Dishon, Kfar Yuval, Margaliot, Metula, Avivim, Dovev, Ma’ayan Baruch, Bara’m, Manara, Yiftach, Malkia, Misgav Am, Yir’on, Dafna, Arab al-Aramshe, Shlomi, Netu’a, Ya’ara, Shtula, Matat, Zari’t, Shomera, Betzet, Adamit, Rosh HaNikram, Hanita and Kfar Giladi.
The U.S. issued a “Level 4: Do Not Travel” advisory on Tuesday night for Lebanon because of increased Hezbollah terrorist and criminal activity.
Israeli officials are concerned that Hezbollah — which is estimated to have approximately 20,000 soldiers — is preparing to launch a full-scale attack on Israel’s northern border. The terrorist group has approximately 150,000 rockets in its arsenal that could easily dwarf the recent rocket attacks launched by Hamas.
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