BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 P.M.) – The Israeli Defense Forces’ (IDF) Spokesperson Avichai Adrai went off on the Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil, today, after the latter took several foreign diplomats on a tour of the alleged Hezbollah missile site in Beirut.

Adrai tweeted: “What do you plan to tell the ambassadors caretaker Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil? You have first to stop Hezbollah’s terrorism and remove its arms near Beirut’s airport. Have you inspected well whether the divine party still owns the sites we have revealed?”

Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the United Nations that Hezbollah has two hidden missile sites inside southern Beirut.

The Israeli premier claimed that Hezbollah was purposely hiding these missiles in residential neighborhoods in the Lebanese capital.

However, both Hezbollah and the Lebanese government called these allegations ‘lies’ and a pretext for a future Israeli attack.

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Byzantium
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Mind your own business Adrai, when you start respecting international law and nations sovereignties then speak. Here’s an idea, why don’t both sides reach out and make assurances for lasting peace with one another. The people on both sides deserve to live without fear of aninhalation.

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Conglomera

Problem is that most of Israeli millennials ask more of it. There is a reportage by Abby Martin you can find on youtube that shows how much deluded they are.

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Nur Muhd

silence the zio satan’s advocates with a s300/s400 in lebanon

Touche!
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Outed Jew Liars!!! Touche!!!

Daeshbags-Sux
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If they were into attacking, they wouldn’t say where they intended to.
At the second Bibi ended his speech, order was given to move the gear.
Not Israel’s interest to bomb a civilian airport or a stadium, even if missile storage make their protection under intl. law void, then being accused of war crimes.

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rabbi drewzif

Israel will think twice about attacking Lebanon and Hezbollah after the a**e kicking they got in the 2006 war.