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Israel said to warn Hezbollah over targeting Karish gas field again

Energean's floating production system (FPSO) at the Karish gas field in the Mediterranean Sea. (Energean)
Energean's floating production system (FPSO) at the Karish gas field in the Mediterranean Sea. (Energean)

Israel has reportedly sent warnings to Hezbollah through diplomatic and military channels, amid repeated threats from Hassan Nasrallah, the terror group’s chief.

According to Hebrew media reports, Israel has warned Hezbollah in recent days that if it tries to target the Karish gas field again, the IDF response will be harsh.

Israel reportedly sent the warnings through US and French channels; US envoy Amos Hochstein is slated to visit Lebanon this week amid ongoing indirect talks between Jerusalem and Beirut over a maritime border dispute.

Yesterday, Nasrallah threatened that “all land and sea targets of Israel are in the range of Hezbollah missiles.”

 

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