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As Lebanon Crumbles, So Could Israel’s Deterrence

Amos Harel
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Tuesday's firing of two rockets into the western Galilee from Lebanon  looks more like a one-off, but it might also signal what can be expected with greater frequency in the north.

The army attributes the firing of the 122-mm Grad Katyushas – one of which was intercepted by Iron Dome while the other landed in the Mediterranean – to one of the Palestinian factions. Still, we have to say this time, too, that most things in southern Lebanon don’t happen without Hezbollah’s approval.

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