BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – Israel’s Minister of Education, Naftali Bennett, tweeted on Monday that any rocket fired into Israel by Hezbollah will result in a declaration of war by the Tel Aviv regime.

“Hezbollah rockets fired into Israel is a declaration of war,” the Israeli minister tweeted.

Furthermore, the Israeli minister claimed that Hezbollah is a part of the Lebanese government, which makes Lebanon a legitimate target if a war to break out.

Bennett’s comments come just days after Hezbollah’s Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah congratulated his forces on their victory against the IDF in the 2006 War.

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2017-08-15 21:27

It seems Israelis looking for an excuse to start a war. What is the best way? To tell their ISIS allies in Golan to fire some random shells and mortars into the mountains and blame Hezbollah starting a war against Israel.

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2017-08-15 16:57

Israelis believe they have a technological advantage, but Hezbollah found a way to nullify any advantage technology gives.

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2017-08-16 04:59

Israeli logic: I can fire into any country I want with impunity, but should any country fire on me, it’s a declaration of war. Beware Israel, you’re just seeing the tip of the forces growing around you. Maybe a change of relations? Nah, Push your luck…and when your phony superiority is exposed for the fraud it is, bring up the holohoax and cry for mercy.