The Jewish state put its embassies and other interests abroad on high alert and boosted troop deployments on the Lebanese border for fear of reprisal.
Hezbollah and its main backer accused Israel of killing Moughniyah in a bomb blast in on Tuesday. The Israeli government rejected the charge, though its Mossad spy service had long sought to kill him.
Big crowds are expected in Beirut's Shi'ite Muslim southern suburb to bid farewell to Moughniyah, a guerrilla seen as a legend by Hezbollah but on the U.S. most wanted list accused of killing hundreds in attacks on Israeli and Western targets.
Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki is expected to attend the funeral.
So a big chunk of Hezbollah, it's supporters and an Iranian official are all going to be in the same place? Just think of all the money our military will save on munitions when we bomb all these asshats with one stone!
At least, that's what we would do if we had any sense...