Eisenkot's statements come a day after Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatened retaliation against Israel in light of Kuntar hit.
Farmers in north instructed not to go near fence due to fear of a Hezbollah response to the Samir Kuntar assassination, which has been tied to Israel.
Talk show host Faisal al-Qasim juxtaposes photo of a rotund Samir Kuntar leaving an Israeli jail in 2008 and an inmate in Bashar Assad's prison system.
Reportedly killed in an Israeli airstrike in Damascus, Kuntar gets full military honors in ceremony in Hezbollah stronghold of Dahiyeh.
The David's Sling interceptor was developed jointly with the U.S. to defend against mid-range missiles, like those used by Hezbollah.
The top Hezbollah operative is believed dead in a Syrian airstrike Saturday; The IDF is suspected behind the attack, though it is unconfirmed.
If Israel is indeed responsible for Hezbollah leader's death, it is reasonable to assume that it sought to address future threats rather than settle score for past attacks.
Strike reportedly killed several people, among them Hezbollah field commanders; Kuntar was imprisoned in Israel for murder of Nahariya family, but was freed in prisoner swap.
Hezbollah's capture of IDF soldiers Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev on the northern border sparked the 34-day Second Lebanon War in 2006.
Lebanese terrorist was freed last year after 30 years in Israeli jail, in return for bodies of IDF soldiers.