Hezbollah releases video declaring 'we are coming' for Israel

The Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah has reportedly released a video with a caption warning that "we are coming" to the assistance of Hamas terrorists currently attacking Israel.

The video features military gear-clad people with one man speaking to the camera.

An English translation reveals that the man is calling Israel "temporary" and "weaker than a spider’s web," and that "you will disappear, and Palestine will remain Arab."

According to the Times of Israel, the country has carried out strikes in southern Lebanon after Israeli Defense Forces said that three gunmen crossed the border and clashed with troops. At least three Hezbollah members have been killed in Israeli strikes.

Reuters reported that Hezbollah targeted Israeli military positions on Sunday as an act of "solidarity" with Hamas terrorists.

This in the north comes as Israel continues to fight Hamas in the southern portion of the nation, after the terrorist group launched a surprise attack against the country on Saturday morning, invading Israel by land, air, and sea.

In Israel, at least 900 people have died and more than 2,300 have been injured. Palestinian authorities have said that at least 590 people have been killed and 2,900 injured. At least 130 people were taken as hostages from Israel.

Hamas has declared that it will kill one hostage for every air strike Israel launches into Gaza.

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