Hezbollah chief Hasan Nasrallah said in an address Wednesday that Israel would meet with “a response and punishment” a day after the death of senior Hamas leader Saleh Arouri in a suspected Israeli drone strike in a Beirut suburb. Hezbollah, an Iranian-backed paramilitary group based in Lebanon, has traded fire with Israel in recent weeks amid fear that tensions could lead to a regional conflict. The Lebanese government said it was urging Hezbollah to show restraint. “If the enemy thinks of waging a war on Lebanon,” Nasrallah said, they “will regret it.” Before Nasrallah’s speech, the Israel Defense Forces said its troops were “prepared for any scenario.”