Report: Hizbullah deploys Katyusha rockets along Israeli-Lebanese border
Hizbullah gunners have deployed Katyusha rockets along the Israeli-Lebanese border, eye witnesses told a Lebanese newspaper.
According to a report in the Beirut based A-Safir daily on Wednesday, the Lebanese resistance movement went on full alert, fearing an Israeli aggression during the U.S.-led war in Iraq.
On its part, Israel warned Syria and Hizbullah not to launch any attack on its northern border. Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said Tuesday that Israel had done everything to prevent getting dragged into a possible war, including sending clear messages to Syria and Hizbullah via diplomatic channels, media reports said. (Albawaba.com)
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