Israel Is 'Having a Hard Time' Curbing Hezbollah Threat, Defense Officials Admit

While Israel has largely achieved its goals with strikes on Iranian proxies in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and other countries, in Lebanon, 'we're walking on eggshells,' official says

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The infiltration of a drone from Lebanon deep into Israeli territory on Friday has highlighted a problem that Israel’s military and political leadership are well aware of, but have not been discussing openly: the limited achievements of Israel’s policy of waging a “military campaign between the wars” in a theater of operations in which there is a particularly high chance that it will deteriorate into a war.

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