General Issues CHILLING Warning

( – Confronted with escalating tension across the globe, Air Force General and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman CQ Brown issued a chilling warning.

He suggested that an Israeli military move against Hezbollah in Lebanon could provoke Iran to retaliate and put U.S. forces in the area at risk.

This statement emphasizes America’s weak global position under the Joe Biden administration, as it urges Israel not to engage Hezbollah as the area remains tense during the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas.

During his travels to Botswana for an African defense ministers’ meeting, Brown highlighted, “Iran would be more inclined to support Hezbollah,” especially if Hezbollah faces significant threats, favoring them even more than Hamas.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently noted that Israel’s military actions in Gaza were almost completed but alerted to potential conflicts with Hezbollah due to increasing border disputes.

Netanyahu said he would prefer to resolve these tensions diplomatically but declared Israel was ready to adopt alternative measures if necessary, asserting, “We can fight on several fronts, and we are prepared to do that.”

At the same time, Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant was in Washington discussing these escalations with top Pentagon leaders.

The possibility of broader conflict involving Hezbollah has been a recurring theme in Israeli discourse, particularly as cross-border hostilities intensify. Earlier this month, Netanyahu asserted that Israel would secure its northern borders “one way or another.”

From the White House, national security spokesperson John Kirby acknowledged ongoing diplomatic efforts to avert further conflict, saying, “We still don’t want to see a second front opened up.”

“Obviously, we take the tensions and the rhetoric seriously by both sides. And we’re doing everything we can to try to prevent that outcome,” he added.

Amid these discussions, U.S. envoy Amos Hochstein and the Biden administration have put forth a diplomatic proposal to address the crisis, though its feasibility hinges on a ceasefire in Gaza and remains uncertain, especially with Hezbollah’s potential rejection.

Meanwhile, Israel stands ready to enforce its boundaries through military action if necessary.

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