Anti-Imperialism/Foreign Policy

Hezbollah Military Might Undermines Zionist Plans for War


Hezbollah growing military might

Hezbollah is strongly present in the Zionist decision making process regarding any future war, where its growing military capabilities pose a hard number to Tel Aviv rulers when thinking of any military adventure in Lebanon and the region.

This fact was confirmed by senior Zionist security official who spoke to the Zionist daily Yediot Ahronot.

The official stressed that if it weren’t for the huge rocket arsenal of Hezbollah, Israel would have launched its attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities a long time ago. According to the official, the war decision could cause a regional war.

The Zionist writer expert in intelligence affairs Rounim Brimen told local online newspaper Globes about Hezbollah’s preparations for any future confrontation with the Zionist enemy, putting Ayyoub drone flying over the atmosphere of occupied Palestine in this context.

Brimen cited intelligence officials saying that Ayyoub’s aim was to get intelligence information to assist Hezbollah in building a bank of targets, including vital installations to be targeted in the next war.

Brimen concluded that current military force of Hezbollah is the most advanced and developed in the world, quoting the remarks of former Mossad chief Meir Dagan in which he described the power of Hezbollah as enormous, and that the party had accumulated this force since the Zionist hysterical withdrawal from Lebanon in 2000 and it possesses now weapons system not owned by 90 percent of the world’s countries.

Brimen however drew the attention to estimates in Tel Aviv which indicate that Hezbollah now has 70 thousand rockets, including missiles with a range of up to 700 kilometers, while the Zionist daily Haaretz confirmed that Hezbollah now has an enormous and unprecedented military power.

“The success of the party is one of the main failures that characterized the failure of the policy pursued by President Barack Obama towards the Middle East,” the daily added.


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