Israeli Security Minister, Head of Mossad discuss 'Iran'
The Israeli Security Minister and head of the Mossad are discussing the intelligence situation on various fronts, including allegations of Tehran seeking to obtain a nuclear weapon.
The Israeli Kan news website reported that Israeli Security Minister Yoav Gallant met on Friday evening with the head of Mossad, David Barnea, to discuss the situation on various fronts, especially the Iranian front.
According to Kan, the two officials discussed "Tehran's quest to obtain nuclear weapons," and the steps taken by security services for confrontation. For his part, Gallant stressed that "the Iranian threat tops the security priorities for 'Israel.'"
On the other hand, an article written by Yonah Jeremy Bob and published in The Jerusalem Post, indicated that "Hezbollah is Israel's greatest threat."
The article highlights that most Israeli occupation security establishment officials "still emphasize – behind closed doors and sometimes publicly" – that Hezbollah, with its approximately 150,000 rockets and Radwan special forces, is the occupation's greatest threat.
The Israeli correspondent quoted an Israeli occupation soldier as saying that "Hezbollah is on the fence, so we get ready for everything. It is very real."
This comes after the military media of the Islamic Resistance in Lebanon – Hezbollah published on Sunday a video titled "We swear we are capable... and we will cross," conveying a direct message to the Israeli occupation.
The video simulates the scenario of the Resistance fighters crossing into the occupied Palestinian territories after making a hole in the concrete wall between Lebanon and occupied Palestine. The video depicts how the Resistance fighters succeeded in infiltrating the occupied territories, where confrontations with Israeli occupation soldiers break out.