‘Will Prevent Uncontrolled Supplies Into Gaza From Other Countries,’ Warns Israel

New Delhi: Amid fresh exchanges of fire over Israel’s northern border with Lebanon as fears grew that Iran-backed Hezbollah, a close ally of Hamas, could enter the conflict, prompting Netanyahu to warn it would be “the mistake of its life”. The country said that it will prevent “uncontrolled” supplies into Gaza from other countries.


Israeli army spokesman Jonathan Conricus warned that Hezbollah was playing “a very, very dangerous game”. “They’re escalating the situation. We see more and more attacks every day,” he said.

Israeli troops are massed on the border with Gaza ahead of an expected ground invasion that officials have pledged will begin “soon.”

Meanwhile, Iran’s top diplomat Hossein Amir-Abdollahian cautioned that if the US and Israel did not “immediately stop the genocide in Gaza or the region will go out of control”.

The US warned it wouldn’t hesitate to act in the event of any “escalation”, just hours after the Pentagon moved to step up military readiness in the region. “No one should take advantage of this moment to escalate to further attacks on Israel or, for that matter, attacks on us on our personnel,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.

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