Hezbollah's 'Aggression' Puts Lebanon at Risk, Israel's Gantz Says After Drones at Gas Rig

Defense Minister Gantz calls on the Lebanese government to stop the Iran-backed group, days after Lebanon's caretaker prime minister denounced it for endangering U.S.-mediated talks on the maritime border with Israel

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Defense Minister Benny Gantz said on Thursday that "Israel maintains the right to respond" to attacks by Iran-backed Hezbollah, calling on the Lebanese government to "stop Iranian aggression from its territory."

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