Israeli soldiers treat a wounded soldier near the Israel-Lebanon border, Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Gili Eliyahu, Jinipix)
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The Israeli army will show 'no restraint' in attacking civilian centers in south Lebanon and Beirut should another war break out with Hezbollah, a senior Israeli military official told the German Die Zeit newspaper.Israeli Air Force chief Major-General Amir Eshel warned Hezbollah in a recent interview picked up by The Jerusalem Post Saturday that Israel would not hesitate to attack military command centers situated in civilian buildings in Lebanon.Eshel's comments comes less than a month after an Israeli military official claimed that Israel would seek to evacuate south Lebanon of more than one million people -- roughly the entire population -- should another war break out with Hezbollah.
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