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چراغ سبز آمریکا به اسرائیل برای حمله به حزب الله لبنان
آمریکایی به اسرائیلی ها برای حمله به حزب الله چراغ سبز نشان داده اند اما ترس رژیم صهیونیستی از عواقب و ندانستن نتیجه سبب شده است که دست به این تحرک نزنند. نسیم  توسعه به نقل از مهر: منابع موثق از چراغ سبز آمریکا به رژیم صهیونیستی برای حمله به حزب الله و موج گسترده […]

آمریکایی به اسرائیلی ها برای حمله به حزب الله چراغ سبز نشان داده اند اما ترس رژیم صهیونیستی از عواقب و ندانستن نتیجه سبب شده است که دست به این تحرک نزنند.


حزب الله

نسیم  توسعه به نقل از مهر: منابع موثق از چراغ سبز آمریکا به رژیم صهیونیستی برای حمله به حزب الله و موج گسترده ترور که قبل از انتخابات پارلمانی ۲۰۱۸ در لبنان رخ می دهد، خبر دادند.

به نقل از رای الیوم، منابع موثق در محور مقاومت از اعلام آماده باش حزب الله طی دو روز گذشته به دنبال تحرکات صهیونیست ها خبر دادند و اعلام کردند: آمریکایی به اسرائیلی ها برای حمله به حزب الله چراغ سبز نشان داده اند اما ترس رژیم صهیونیستی از عواقب و ندانستن نتیجه سبب شده است که دست به این تحرک نزنند.

این منابع بیان کردند: بنیامین نتانیاهو نخست وزیر رژیم صهیونیستی آمریکایی ها را قانع کرده است که ارتش این رژیم علیه حزب الله وارد عمل شود و حمله ای انجام دهد اما احتمالاتی وجود دارد که این حمله به شعله ور شدن جنگ فراگیر در منطقه تبدیل شود زیرا واکنش حزب الله شدید و قوی خواهد بود.

منابع مذکور در عین حال احتمال موج گسترده ترور در لبنان قبل از انتخابات پارلمانی ۲۰۱۸ را بعید ندانستند.

به گفته این منابع؛ شخصیت هایی در جریان ۱۴ مارس و رقیب آن هشت مارس هدف قرار می گیرند که این موجب ایجاد فتنه و بی ثباتی در لبنان می شود و بر روند انتخابات و ثبات لبنان تاثیر منفی می گذارد.

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