Why is Israel now expecting a war on the Lebanese border?

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The risk of war on the border between Israel and Lebanon has become “higher” than ever, Israeli army chief Herzey Halevi said. This is expected to happen in the next few months.

The Israeli military official's statements come within a series of warnings issued periodically by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Yoav Gallant to Lebanon in general and Hezbollah in particular. is safe and the party's fighters stop bombing Israeli bases and cities across the country.

The U.S. has been making diplomatic efforts for some time to avoid an outbreak of war between Hezbollah and Israel, led by U.S. Special Envoy to Lebanon Amos Hochstein, who presented two pronged ideas in Beirut a week ago.

The first was to withdraw the party's militants to a distance of seven kilometers from the border. This is largely in response to Israel's public demand to move within 30 kilometers of the Litani River, according to a United Nations resolution issued in 2006. Second, working with Israel to reduce cross-border hostilities between the two countries. Low-intensity operations in the Gaza Strip.

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