It has one of the largest military arsenals of any army in the world, with 120,000 missiles in Lebanon, and now in Syria, poised to pulverize not only northern Israel but also Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.
Earlier this month, the.S.-backed Lebanese army launched a major operation targeting an isis enclave hiding in the country's eastern border, while the Iran-backed Lebanese Shiite Muslim Hezbollah and its allies in the Syrian army launched a separate, yet simultaneous attack on the jihadists.
Supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah display Hezbollah and Lebanese flags in Baalbek, Bekaa valley, in eastern Lebanon August 31, 2017.Rhetoric in the face of the current.S.The Iranian presence in Syria how serious a threat to Israel?The.S., however, did not support the agreement and blocked the path of a convoy carrying hundreds of isis fighters and families permitted to flee as part of the deal.Show me later, hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Shi'ite, Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah, declared his group's triumph over Islamic State in Syria in a speech made on Tuesday.Israel does not have an anti-missile system that can protect the country against 120,000 missiles, some of them very long-range rocket and probably with chemical warheads.Iran and Syria sponsored the Hezbollah-isis prisoner swap.No foreign forces in Lebanon without the consent of its government.And Iran were most recently on display in the restive mountainous region that lies between Lebanon and Syria.Neither Hezbollah nor Israel will go to war right now.And Iran are heavily involved in the fight against the Islamic State militant price is right accidentally gives away car group (isis but back different factions.Nuclear agency rejects Trump, sides with Iran.S.
But everyone, especially Netanyahu, knows that any large-military operation would leave Israel isolated in the world.
In truth, he was only reassuring Israelis and sending shivers down the spines of the West, but he and Hezbollah know very well that Israel is not going to act forcefully on all fronts.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said yesterday, My recommendation to those who challenge us in the north is to take a look at what happened in Gaza.Hezbollah official says Israel is closer than ever to its demise (credit: memri).Restraint is not the proper response.Thank you, Ronit Hasin-Hochman, CEO, Jerusalem Post Group.The terror group's notorious leader didn't fail to point accusatory fingers in the direction of the Jewish state, its ally the US and Arab countries with whom Israel publicly does not maintain diplomatic ties, blaming all for conspiring against Hezbollah.The proper response is an all-out retaliation to end the enemy threat.