Hizbullah Wins Gov’t Agreement in Lebanon

BEIRUT (Reuters) -

Lebanon’s terrorist group Hizbullah has won a nearly explicit official government endorsement of its anti-Israel agenda.

The new government agreed to a compromise policy statement on Friday that would give all citizens the right to resist the Israeli presence in Yehudah and Shomron .

The agreement came after weeks of dispute brought the Lebanese government to the verge of collapse.

The deal was reached a few hours after Israel’s army fired tank rounds and artillery into southern Lebanon in retaliation for the detonation of a large bomb that targeted its soldiers patrolling the border. Three IDF soldiers suffered minor injuries.