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More recently, Iran has strengthened its regional network by providing arms and expertise to the Houthi rebels in Yemen, militias in Iraq and pro-government forces in Syria. Iran has also strengthened cooperation between its allies: Hezbollah operatives from Lebanon have trained fighters in Iraq and Yemen and sent aid to Palestinian jihadist movements, and Iran has airlifted thousands of militiamen from Iraq and elsewhere into Syria to help President Bashar al-Assad defeat a rebellion there.

The lives of the two militants killed by the Israeli strike in Syria over the weekend illustrate the borderless nature of the Iranian network. The fighters, Hassan Zabeeb and Yasser Daher, grew up in Lebanon, studied aviation engineering in Iran and returned to Lebanon to work with Hezbollah, according to the Lebanese news media.

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Having militarized allies across the region also serves as a deterrent against Israeli and American strikes on Iran, since any such attacks could elicit violent responses elsewhere. Israel mostly avoided killing Hezbollah fighters in Syria and attacking inside Lebanon, which could have provoked counterstrikes.

This led to an unwritten understanding — often called the rules of the game — about where and how their conflict would and would not play out. The attacks last weekend appeared to break the rules by killing two Hezbollah fighters in Syria and reaching into the heart of a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut. Raising temperatures further are brash public statements on both sides, which seem intended as much for domestic audiences as for each other.


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On Tuesday, it launched a Twitter account in Persian to try to undermine him with the Iranian public. Addressing his followers over the weekend, Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, vowed to retaliate, shouting his determination to prevent attacks in Lebanon from becoming frequent. He did not say how or when his forces would respond. I say the same to Qassim Suleimani: be careful with your words and even more so with your actions. Some analysts suggested that the approaching Israeli election encouraged Mr. Talal Atrissi, a sociologist who studies Hezbollah at Lebanese University, said he expected the group to retaliate against Israel to prevent attacks in Lebanon from becoming commonplace.

IDF general: Lebanon to pay heavy price in next Israel-Hezbollah war

It will become a new strategy. Until about a year ago, according to a senior Middle Eastern intelligence official, Iran used unmarked or Iranian commercial planes flying into the Damascus airport to reach Hezbollah or Quds Force units in Syria. But repeated Israeli airstrikes drove Iran to reroute supplies through airfields in northern Syria instead. When Israel struck those fields, too, General Suleimani moved to set up a land route.

Israel carried out at least one of the attacks , on a base north of Baghdad on July 19, and American officials have said that Israel carried out others. On Wednesday, the Lebanese Army said it had fired on two of three Israeli drones that breached Lebanese airspace before returning to Israel. For years, as unrest and conflict have weakened Arab states, Iran has moved in, building strong ties with local forces that benefit from its patronage while expanding its influence and amplifying the threat to Israel.

More recently, Iran has strengthened its regional network by providing arms and expertise to the Houthi rebels in Yemen, militias in Iraq and pro-government forces in Syria. Iran has also strengthened cooperation between its allies: Hezbollah operatives from Lebanon have trained fighters in Iraq and Yemen and sent aid to Palestinian jihadist movements, and Iran has airlifted thousands of militiamen from Iraq and elsewhere into Syria to help President Bashar al-Assad defeat a rebellion there.

The lives of the two militants killed by the Israeli strike in Syria over the weekend illustrate the borderless nature of the Iranian network.

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The fighters, Hassan Zabeeb and Yasser Daher, grew up in Lebanon, studied aviation engineering in Iran and returned to Lebanon to work with Hezbollah, according to the Lebanese news media. Having militarized allies across the region also serves as a deterrent against Israeli and American strikes on Iran, since any such attacks could elicit violent responses elsewhere. Israel mostly avoided killing Hezbollah fighters in Syria and attacking inside Lebanon, which could have provoked counterstrikes.

This led to an unwritten understanding — often called the rules of the game — about where and how their conflict would and would not play out. The attacks last weekend appeared to break the rules by killing two Hezbollah fighters in Syria and reaching into the heart of a Hezbollah stronghold in Beirut. Raising temperatures further are brash public statements on both sides, which seem intended as much for domestic audiences as for each other.

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On Tuesday, it launched a Twitter account in Persian to try to undermine him with the Iranian public. Addressing his followers over the weekend, Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, vowed to retaliate, shouting his determination to prevent attacks in Lebanon from becoming frequent. He did not say how or when his forces would respond. I say the same to Qassim Suleimani: be careful with your words and even more so with your actions. Some analysts suggested that the approaching Israeli election encouraged Mr. Talal Atrissi, a sociologist who studies Hezbollah at Lebanese University, said he expected the group to retaliate against Israel to prevent attacks in Lebanon from becoming commonplace.

It will become a new strategy.