Netanyahu says Israel won’t tolerate any attack from Syria, Lebanon

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Syria and Lebanon will bear responsibility for any attack against Israel emanating from its territory.

Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting, he says Israel “won’t allow Iran to entrench militarily on our northern border.

“Lebanon and Syria are responsible for any attack from its territory against Israel. We will not allow anyone to upend our security or threaten our citizens; we won’t tolerate an attack on our forces,” adds Netanyahu.

“The IDF is prepared to respond to any threat,” he adds.

The comment comes amid heightened tensions between Israel and the Iran-backed Hezbollah terrorist group along the northern border.

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