The commander of the Lebanese military said that his troops are prepared to defend the country against any Israeli attack or incursion.
According to General Joseph Aoun, Lebanon’s Army chief, the Lebanese army is ready to confront any Israeli military aggression or infiltration into its borders amid escalating tensions between the two sides.
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He told officers and soldiers: “The Army is ready on the southern border to face any Israeli military aggression, or any attempt to nibble at areas of the land or maritime borders”
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He added that the Lebanese army was determined “to defend Lebanese rights with all its means and capabilities.”
Press TV reports: Aoun further stressed that the army’s readiness was parallel with the monitoring and dismantling of terrorist cells in Lebanon.
Israel launched two wars on Lebanon in 2000 and 2006, in both of which the Hezbollah resistance movement inflicted heavy losses on the regime’s military.
Israeli forces regularly violate Lebanon’s sovereignty and target Lebanese patrol soldiers. Israeli officials have even threatened another war on Lebanon.
Earlier this week, Lebanese President Michel Aoun censured Israel’s repeated violations of the Arab country’s sovereignty, saying Beirut is prepared to counter any potential threat from the Tel Aviv regime.
Late January, Israeli minister of military affairs Avigdor Lieberman said that Israeli troops may have to operate deep in the Lebanese territory and maneuver on the ground on the battlefield if a war breaks out.
“We must prepare for maneuvering on the ground too, even if we do not use it,” he said.
Additionally, Lebanon and Israel have nearly come to blows over a tender by Beirut for oil and gas exploration projects in two of the country’s 10 offshore blocks in the Mediterranean Sea, namely Block 4 and Block 9.
Lieberman described Lebanon’s offshore oil and gas licensing process as “very provocative” and urged international firms not to bid.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri said Lieberman’s comments were one of several “threatening messages” from Israel.
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