Rabid Dog Natayahu feraing from Iran-Hezbollah attack on Occupied Golan
Iran is seeking to open a “third front” against Israel using Hezbollah fighters on the Syrian Golan Heights, Prime Minister of Zionist regime Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday when John Kerry was set to arrive in Geneva for renewed talks with his Iranian counterpart on Tehran’s nuclear programme.
Netanyahu claimed Tehran’s attempts to entrench itself along Israel’s borders was one of the biggest emerging security threats facing the “Jewish state”.
“Alongside Iran’s direct guidance of Hezbollah’s actions in the north and Hamas’s in the south, Iran is trying also to develop a third front on the Golan Heights via the thousands of Hezbollah fighters who are in southern Syria and over which Iran holds direct command,” he said.
Speaking at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting, Netanyahu said his ministers were to be briefed on “the security challenges developing around us, first and foremost Iran’s attempt to increase its foothold on Israel’s borders even as it works to arm itself with nuclear weapons.”
An Israeli air strike inside the Syrian-controlled sector of the Golan Heights on January 18 martyred six members of Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran and allied with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as well as a general from Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards.
Israel neither confirmed nor denied responsibility, but it has carried out several such strikes over the past two years, stressing its policy of preventing arms transfers to militant groups and potential attacks.
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Some days later Hezbollah resistance movement take responsibility of missile attack to Zionist forces in near Mount Dov and Shebaa Farms located in the borders of Israel, Lebanon and Syria.
Afterward Head of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement has lashed out at Tel Aviv regime for the recent killing of a number of its members, saying the Middle East region is suffering from “a cancerous growth called Israel.”
Netanyahu said that Tehran’s acts not prevented the international community from continuing to talk with Iran about a nuclear agreement that will allow it to build the industrial capacity to develop nuclear weapons.”
John Kerry was set to arrive in Geneva Sunday for renewed talks with his Iranian counterpart on Tehran’s nuclear programme
Today US Secretary of State John Kerry is scheduled to arrive in Geneva later in the day to join nuclear talks underway between Iran and EU. After Kerry’s arrival in Geneva, the time for the meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will be set, said the Iranian official.
Israel has repeatedly warned that Iran’s nuclear programme has military objectives, a claim Tehran denies.
John Kerry was set to arrive in Geneva Sunday for renewed talks with his Iranian counterpart on Tehran’s nuclear programme, after warning “significant gaps” remain ahead of a key deadline.