Hizbullah's military commander in Southern Lebanon threatened that the group would "liberate" the Sheba Farma and the Lebanese side of the Ghajar village.
During a speech Thursday night in the southern Lebanese village of Abasiyah, Sheikh Nabil Kaouk said Israel only understood the language of strength and that the group believed it was its national duty to complete what it had achieved over the last two years.
He said Lebanon could only "retake" its lands using armed struggle, since diplomacy had hit a dead end.
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