Al Barrak has a series of tweets on the matter, slamming Hezbollah and the Syrian regime. He points out that far more Arabs have been killed by Syria in four years than by the Jews in 66 years.
He also asks Allah to allow Hassan Nasrallah to join Mugniyeh in hell, and he thanked Allah that the "oppressors of Muslims" have been destroyed.
Sources in Hezbollah said on Monday that retaliation for an alleged Israeli airstrike that killed several of its members was inevitable, but would be restrained enough to not provoke a war.There have been rumors that Hezbollah has built a series of attack tunnels into Israel as Hamas had previously. I'm not sure that an attack by tunnel wouldn't be considered by Israel to be a major escalation, though.
The Lebanese daily As-Safir, which is identified with Hezbollah, cited sources close to the Shiite terror group as saying that it would choose a time and place to hit back, but would do so in a manner that wouldn’t cause an escalation in the conflict.
The attack would “draw a painful and unexpected response, but we can assume that it will be controlled and beneath the level that could escalate into all-out war,” the Hezbollah sources told As-Safir, and recalled a roadside bomb attack in October 2014 that injured two IDF soldiers.
At the time, Hezbollah claimed the bombing was revenge for the killing of one of its members, Hussein Ali Haidar, in a September 5 explosion that Lebanese officials claimed was caused when Israel destroyed one of its own surveillance devices that had been uncovered inside Lebanon.
“Even though Hezbollah doesn’t intend to up the ante, the organization is planning for a worst-case scenario in which Israel decides to venture into Lebanon,” the Hezbollah sources were quoted as saying.