Hizbullah has a 'large and precise' list of Israeli targets

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July 14, 2010 17:28

 
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Hizbullah said it has a "large and precise" list of Israeli targets to attack if a third Lebanon war breaks out, said the terrorist group's second-in-command, Naim Qassem, in an interview published Wednesday and reported on by AFP.

"We now hold a large and precise bank of Israeli targets, and Israel will have to pay the price for any step it takes," Qassem said to the An-Nahar newspaper, according to AFP.

"Hizbullah has worked to develop its readiness to rise to the challenge should it arise, and we can safely say that in the past four years we have prepared ourselves far more than Israel has."

But Qassem denied that Hizbullah is seeking a fight. "That does not mean that war is near," he said.


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