Hizbullah deputy chief: Don't even think about attacking Lebanon

"If Israel even thinks about attacking Lebanon, Hizbullah will stand up against it," the group's deputy leader Sheikh Naim Kassem said Wednesday night. In an interview with Hizbullah's Al-Manar television network, Kassem also said that the recent speech by Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, in which he claimed Israel left behind body parts on the battlefield in Lebanon, had "fully achieved its goal." He said Israel had been lying to the families of fallen and wounded soldiers and that they had not been given the "full picture." The Hizbullah deputy chief vowed that any attempt to harm Nasrallah would be met with "unforeseen consequences."