In a meeting held on Thursday, the Lebanese government unanimously condemned the alleged Israeli strike on a Hezbollah convoy on January 18th,The Daily Star reported on Friday.
Presided over by Prime Minister Tammam Salam, the head of the government remarked on the “dangerous developments the region was witnessing which could affect our internal affairs,” a likely reference to the Hezbollah militants killed in the attack.
Hezbollah, considered by Israel and the United States to be a terrorist organization, enjoys Iranian support and is suspected to have been present in the Golan as part of a plan to engage Israel in a military confrontation.
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