The fierce war in Gaza will end, now Hezbollah will become Israel's new target

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Netanyahu said that once the intense fighting in Gaza is over, Israel would be able to deploy more troops to the northern border with Lebanon, where fighting with Iran-backed Hezbollah has escalated.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the phase of the battle against Hamas in the Gaza Strip is coming to an end. But the war will not end until the Islamist group takes control of the Palestinian territory. Netanyahu said once the intense fighting in Gaza is over, Israel will be able to deploy more troops to the northern border with Lebanon, where fighting with Iran-backed Hezbollah has escalated. “We will have the possibility of moving some forces north. And we will do this. First and foremost for defensive purposes. Second, to bring our (evacuated) residents back home,” Netanyahu said in an interview with Israel's Channel 14.

He said that if we can, we will do it diplomatically. If not, we will do it in another way. But we will bring (residents) home. Several Israeli towns near the Lebanese border have been evacuated during the fighting. When asked when the phase of intense fighting against Hamas will end, he said that I am not interested in ending the war and leaving Hamas as it is. Netanyahu also rejected the idea that the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority runs Gaza in place of Hamas.

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