The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) are not subtle when it comes to their archenemy Hezbollah. And when they saw a high-ranking Syrian officer touring Hezbollah units in the Golan Heights region, they didn’t pull any punches.

The IDF released on Twitter a short, although somewhat grainy, video which they claimed depicted a visit by General Luau Ali Ahmad Assad, commander of Syrian Armed Forces 1st Corps, accompanied by Hezbollah’s southern commander Hajj Hashem, to one of Hezbollah’s bases inside of Syria. “We see you. Consider this a warning,” IDF said in their Twitter post.

Avichay Adraee, an IDF spokesman, said that the terrorist group was seeking to establish a “terror infrastructure” inside of Syria to attack Israel. He issued the familiar warning that Israel will hold the Assad regime accountable for any violence perpetrated by Hezbollah.

“Hezbollah’s presence in Syria in general and in the Syrian part of the Golan Heights in particular aims to create a terrorist infrastructure against the State of Israel with the cooperation and care of the Syrian regime,” tweeted Adraee, warning that Israel “will not tolerate this entrenchment!”