Prime Minister Netanyahu accused Hezbollah of building the tunnels.
Terror tunnels designed to carry out a 'killing spree,' official says; Netanyahu briefs foreign diplomats about current IDF op, demands world condemn Hezbollah
Former defense minister says he said there weren't any terror tunnels on Lebanese border to assuage residents, fool Hezbollah.
In briefing to 25 foreign ambassadors in the upper Galilee, Prime Minister Netanyahu says there is reasonable possibility Israel will have to operate in Lebanon to neutralize the threat posed by Hezbollahs terror tunnels.
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Israel reveals some details about what it thinks Hezbollah was planning, the terror group stays mum, and some see a battle of the minds on the not-so-tense border
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu briefed some 25 ambassadors in Misgav Am on Thursday about Operation Northern Shield, Israel's campaign to detect and destroy Hezbollah terror tunnels.
At the same time as media have downplayed the operation and portrayed it as an Israeli issue, unlikely to affect Lebanon, the military and political elites in Lebanon have sought to demand proof that the tunnels came from Lebanon or entered Israeli territory.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister is asking the international community to impose additional sanctions on the Lebanese Hezbollah and condemn the militant group in response to the discovery of tunnels stretching from southern Lebanon into northern Israel.