Police today released the actual picture of one of the suspects wanted for the murder of Palestinian lecturer Dr Fadi M R Albatsh on Saturday. Israel has neither confirmed nor denied involvement.
"This is an expression of Israel's consent plot to pursue nuclear scientists and academics, starting in Iran and continuing in Tunisia and Malaysia", Nasrallah said during a televised speech from southern Lebanon.
The military says Sunday those captured are suspected of collaborating with a well-known Hamas operative from Gaza to spread its activities to the West Bank, which is governed by the rival Fatah movement.
"(Hamas) blames every assassination on Israel - we're used to that,"Mr Lieberman told Israel Radio.
The raid comes after Hamas accused Israel of assassinating one of its men in Malaysia and amid a wave of mass protests along the Gaza border that have turned violent.
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said Mossad had been behind past attempts to kill Palestinian scientists, and the attack on Mr Batsh "follows this sequence". "The engineer Fadi Mohammed al-Batsh".
Al Batsh was a lecturer at Universiti Kuala Lumpur, specialising in power engineering, according to the university.
Hafidzi Mohd Noor, chairman of the Malaysian Islamist NGO MyCare, rejected Zahid's claims.
A hail of bullets rang out moments later, killing the Palestinian on the spot.
Though Israel's request was communicated to Egypt, Israeli defense minister Avigdor Liberman acknowledged that it could not prevent the passage of bodies through the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Gaza if approved by Cairo.
"The viral video stems from sharing on Facebook, where the owner later admitted that he had erred in translating the allegations of the Arab man regarding the number of calls made to the police which should actually be two to three calls", he told a press conference at the Kuala Lumpur Police Contingent Headquarters, here. "All we need is the approval from the Egyptian government to allow us to pass through", Anwar said.
And while the government was always monitoring foreign agents, Ahmad Zahid said this was sometimes made hard when they use passports which have diplomatic relations with Malaysia.
The series has included weekly clashes with IDF troops along the security fence, with improvised explosive devices (IEDs) planted at various points along the fence aimed at killing Israeli soldiers on IDF patrols, explosive firebomb kites aimed at setting agricultural fields ablaze inside Israel, and multiple border infiltration attempts.