Zionist energy minister Karine Elharrar disregarded September 1 as a date for starting the maritime gas extraction project, claiming that the firms are concerned with identifying the inauguration date.
It is worth noting that the Israeli enemy had set September 1 as a date for starting the maritime gas extraction project before Hezbollah threatened to strike all the Israeli platforms if Lebanon is prevented from exploiting its resources.
On July 2, Hezbollah flew three drones over the Israeli platforms in Karish gas field which lies in the disputable zone, sending a powerful message that warns the enemy against any infringement.
On July 31, Hezbollah military media released a video which shows the Israeli platforms operating in the Mediterranean, warning the Zionist enemy of its attempts to plunder Lebanon’s gas and oil fields.
The video shows surveillance scenes taken from land and air, some form yesterday, for Israeli vessels at the Karish field near the Lebanese maritime borders.
The Israeli security cabinet was informed during a session on Wednesday that Hezbollah will certainly strike Karish oilfield and that the Zionist losses will be huge.
The security establishment in the Zionist entity maintained that, if Lebanon will not be granted its maritime rights, escalation will be certain.
Source: Al-Manar English Website