In light of the military escalation on Lebanon southern borders with occupied Palestine, the Western media concentrated on the possible repercussions of this escalation.
The British paper, The Guardian, reported rising fears of an all-out confrontation between Hezbollah and the Israeli enemy.
In an article, the newspaper mentioned that, after Hamas Movement carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood, the Israeli occupation forces moved to the northern area in order to engage in a confrontation with Hezbollah.
The Guardian added that the Zionist defense minister Yoav Gallant recommended dealing a preemptive blow to Hezbollah just after the Palestinian resistance attack.
Here lies the utmost significance of Hezbollah preemptive strikes against the Israeli occupation sites near Lebanon border.
Senior News Editor at Al-Manar English Website, Mohammad Salami, elaborated Saturday on this issue in the context of the Second Front section of Palestine, the Scene program broadcast by AL-Manar TV.
Source: Al-Manar English Website