Hezbollah warns Israel it won't tolerate more attacksThe leader of the militant Hezbollah group said Friday that this week’s deadly cross-border attack on Israeli soldiers was a message that it will no longer tolerate any Israeli attacks against its members. Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah told thousands of supporters in south Beirut that Hezbollah does not fear war and is ready if Israel provokes further violence. It was Nasrallah’s first comments since six Hezbollah fighters and an Iranian general were killed on Jan. 18 in an Israeli airstrike in Syria. The group retaliated on Wednesday with a cross-border rocket attack that killed two Israeli soldiers and wounded seven. The Hezbollah threat comes as the group, which has an arsenal of tens of thousands of missiles and rockets, is currently preoccupied with the war in neighboring Syria — where it is aiding Syrian President Assad’s forces. “We don’t fear war and we don’t hesitate in facing it if it is imposed on us and we will be victorious, God willing,” Nasrallah said, addressing the public rally through a video link from a secret location. Several Lebanese officials as well as Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the head of Iran’s influential parliamentary committee on national security and foreign policy, attended the rally. More