The Hezbollah leader reiterated that Israel would face the consequences of a suspected drone attack and stated that its field commanders were ready to respond.
"The need for an answer is resolved," Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Saturday, adding
Nasrallah appeals to supporters as tensions between the Lebanon-based movement and the Israeli government threaten to escalate further.
Last Sunday, Hezbollah accused Israel of throwing explosive drones at a group of fortresses in the Lebanese capital and swore revenge.
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At this time, a Iran-backed movement says a drone landed on the roof of a building housing Hezbollah's media office while a second drone exploded. in the air.
The Israeli media has since reported that the drones were targeting hardware for blending fuel used in precision-guided missile launchers.
Hezbollah and Lebanese officials did not respond to these reports until Israel claimed responsibility for the incident.
Alleged missile program
On Thursday, the Israeli army accused Iran of cooperating with Hezbollah for accuracy.
But Nasrallah on Saturday said that Hezbollah is working with Iran to build a missile production program "a lie" and a "hanger" to justify Israeli aggression against Lebanon.
"We have no factories to produce precision-guided missiles in Lebanon," Nasrallah said.
He added that the group already has enough precision missiles for every confrontation, "small or large," without the need to build factories to produce more.
Shortly before Nasrallah spoke, the Israeli army announced that it had ordered additional forces to deploy to the "northern command" along the border with Lebanon, further raising the ante in escalation.
"The Army, Air, Navy and Intelligence forces have improved their preparedness for different scenarios" and "the troops in the reserve have received a notice of the appropriate time they need to deploy," the Army said on Saturday .
Attacks by Iran-backed militias
Israel considers Iran its greatest enemy and has designated Hezbollah as the most powerful military threat on its border.
His military estimates that Hezbollah, which fought Israel to a stalemate in a one-month war in 2006, now have a huge arsenal of about 130,000 rockets and rockets, but most are considered relatively primitive unmanaged shells.
But Israel considers the acquisition of precision guided missiles from Hezbollah as "
Last week, a series of attacks targeted Iran-backed militias in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon, raising concerns about regional escalation.
The drone attack in Lebanon last Sunday came just hours after Israel launched strikes in neighboring Syria to prevent it from saying it is blamed for attacks on Israel, which recently stepped up its efforts to curb Iran's expansion into the Middle East.
Hezbollah, which also operates in Syria, said two of its fighters were killed in those strikes.
In a rare incident on Wednesday, the Lebanese army said that opened fire on Israeli drones that disrupted Lebanon's southern airspace, forcing the aircraft to return back across the border. .