News Additions 01-03-2018

Israel Warns Hizbullah any Confrontation ‘Will Shock You’

Israeli army spokesman Avichai Adraee voiced threats on Wednesday warning Hizbullah to refrain from waging any aggression against Israel “because we are going to surprise you if you dare,” he warned.

“Maintaining stability in the region is a common interest of the Israeli and Lebanese sides, but if you dare, we will surprise you,“ said the Israeli official in a video footage.

He added that “Hizbullah has been working as an Iranian arm in Lebanon and sacrificing Lebanese to foreign interests.”

Hizbullah has been hit hard in the Syrian war and “its support in Lebanon and the Arab world continues to decline,” he added.

The official warned that Israel is “closely monitoring what Hizbullah is doing as well as what is happening on the border and beyond.”

http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/240381-israel-warns-hizbullah-any-confrontation-will-shock-you

 

 

Iran’s Rouhani Tells Erdogan ‘Protests to End in a Few Days’

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday expressed hope in a telephone call with Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan that the protests which have rocked his country would end in a few days, a Turkish presidential source said.

Erdogan told Rouhani that “peace and stability” in Iranian society had to be preserved and said he concurred with his Iranian counterpart’s statement that the right to protest should not lead to “violations of the law”.

“President Rouhani thanked President Erdogan for his sensitivity and expressed hope that the protests would end in a few days,” said a statement by a Turkish presidential source.

The comments were not immediately confirmed by the Iranian side.

Read more: http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/240383-iran-s-rouhani-tells-erdogan-protests-to-end-in-a-few-days

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