"Liberating al-Ghajar is the responsibility of the Lebanese people, state and resistance," Nasrallah said in a televised speech to commemorate the 17th anniversary of the 34-day war between Lebanon and Israel in 2006.
He added that the Israeli enemy finished building a wall incorporating the northern part of al-Ghajar village in the occupied Golan Heights and turning it into a tourist area.
"We should operate as we did over the maritime border to take back our occupied land in al-Ghajar," Nasrallah said, hinting at the possibility of using drones to protect the village if necessary.
The Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs instructed its mission to the UN to file a complaint against Israel for its full occupation and annexation of the northern part of the town of Al-Ghajar. pic.twitter.com/rTZCeZgJut