As the Zionist PM Yair Lapid and the opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu engaged in exchanging accusations about bowing to Hezbollah power in the maritime struggle, the former ombudsman in the Zionist occupation army, Isaac Brick, shocked both of them.
Brick affirmed that 'Israel' does not have the military capabilities needed to protect the gas rigs from Hezbollah, highlighting the huge rocketry power of the Lebanese Resistance in this regard.
Netanyhau had accused Lapid of bowing to Hezbollah power and making concessions in favor of Lebanon in the context of the maritime border demarcation, without submitting any alternative strategy.
Lapid responded to Netanyahu, accusing him of utilizing the political struggle for electoral purposes.
Zionist sources noted that an Israeli delegation met with the US energy envoy Amos Hochstein, adding that reaching an indirect agreement imminently is possible.