Movement in building precision-missile factories denied by Hassan Nasrallah after Israeli allegation.
Israel would face repercussions for an alleged drone attack said Hezbollah’s leader also stated that his field commanders are ready to respond.”The need for a response is decided,” Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Saturday, adding that Israel “must pay a price.”
The issue was addressed by Nasrallah as tensions between Lebanon- based movement and the Israeli government threatened to escalate further.
Hezbollah accused Israel of flying explosive=laden drones into the group’s stronghold in the Lebanese capital last Sunday and promised to retaliate.
The information has come in that one drone exploded midair and the second drone landed on the roof of a building housing Hezbollah’s media office.The news came in from the Israeli media that the drones were targeting hardware for mixing the propellant used in precision-guided missiles. Israel has not claimed any responsibility for the incident while Lebanese and Hezbollah officials have not responded to the Israeli media reports.Israel’s army on Thursday accused Iran of collaborating with Hezbollah to assemble precision-guided missiles that could cause “massive” human casualties.
But Nasrallah on Saturday said claims that Hezbollah was working with Iran to build a missile production program were a “lie” and a “hanger” to justify Israeli aggression against Lebanon