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Hezbollah retaliated Israeli attack: Activist

An Israeli 155mm mobile artillery battery is stationed near Syria in the occupied Golan Heights, January 28, 2015. (© AFP)

Press TV has conducted an interview with Rania Masri, a human rights activist in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, and Geoffrey Alderman, an analyst for the Jewish Chronicle in the British capital of London, to discuss a recent retaliatory attack by Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah on an Israeli convoy.

Masri says Israeli forces had bombed Syrian territory several times in recent years and Syria did not respond to any of them, adding that the attack on the Israeli convoy was necessary retaliation against an occupying army on the occupied lands, which was previously promised by Hezbollah’s Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah.

Geoffrey Alderman claimed both Syria and Lebanon are in a state of war with Israel and that is why Israel occupied the Golan Heights, saying that if there were a peace deal between Syria and Lebanon on the one side and Israel on the other, further territories might be returned.

For live updates on the Israel-Hezbollah tensions, see here.


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