Nasrallah threats put 'Israel' under pressure: Israeli media
Israeli media say Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah's threats forced the Israeli occupation to hold back its stubbornness during the indirect negotiations with Lebanon.
Zvi Yehezkeli, the commentator for Arab affairs on Israeli Channel 13, considered Sunday that "Israel" acted stubbornly during the indirect negotiations on the demarcation of the maritime border with Lebanon, until Hezbollah's Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah's threats that forced it to hold back.
Yehezkeli pointed out that Sayyed Nasrallah's threats were effective and put the Israeli occupation under a state of pressure, adding that these threats will prevent "Tel Aviv" from extracting gas.
The Israeli commentator said that when Lebanon extracts gas, Sayyed Nasrallah will strengthen his position and will be the biggest winner from this situation.
It is noteworthy that during his speech on Saturday, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah stressed that "the importance of what is happening today is there being a written text from the mediating party that the President, Parliament Speaker, and the Prime Minister have received."
"We are before decisive days in the demarcation issue, and the position of the heads of the state will be clarified, as well as where things are headed," the Hezbollah chief underlined.
"If the demarcation issue leads to a desired, good result, that will be due to unity, cooperation, and national solidarity," Sayyed Nasrallah added.
Meanwhile, Israeli media said that "Nasrallah, succeeded in the battle of awareness that involved negotiations to demarcate the Lebanese southern maritime borders."
Source to Al Mayadeen: Lebanon earned all its maritime borders rights
This comes as a Lebanese source concerned with the maritime border demarcation negotiations between Lebanon and "Israel" told Al Mayadeen on Saturday that Lebanon obtained all its demands in the written response received by the US mediator Amos Hochstein.
"In the written proposal received by the Americans, Lebanon obtained all its demands," the source confirmed.
"Lebanon has not and will not give Israel any security zone it previously demanded," the source noted.
This comes after Lebanon received the written proposal from the US mediator Amos Hochstein through US Ambassador Dorothy Shea regarding the demarcation of maritime borders.