On July 5, 2012, Brigadier-General Harzi Halevy, commander of the IDF’s Galilee Division, had boasted that next war with Hizbullah will be different.
“The next war, will see the IDF strike with full force. We will have to go inside (Lebanon) and wreak havoc – not as punishment, but because that is where the (Hizbullah) enemy is,” threatened Halevy.
I must admire Harzi Halevy for his wishful thinking. His senior officer, Gen. Giora Eiland, former national security adviser to former prime ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert, had admitted (quoted by Israli daily Ha’aretz on December 16, 2010) that “Israel does not know how to beat Hezbollah”.
On February 16, Hizbullah leader, Sheikh Nasrallah, warned the Zionist regime that if attacked, Hizbullah will take war right inside the Jewish-occupied territory of Galilee.
“Today I tell Barak, Ashkenazi, Ghantz, and I tell the resistance fighters to be prepared for the day when war is imposed on Lebanon, then I ask you to lead the Resistance to occupy the Galilee,” said Nasrallah.
Since Nasrallah’s warning, more reinforcement of Zionist patrols with army soldiers and military vehicles have taken place along the Israel-Lebanon border, especially in the areas where Jewish houses close to the borders exist. On the other side, the Lebanese side, the villagers live a completely different state in light of a prevailing stability and security.
The Zionist media went into frenzy over Hizbullah recent posting of an interactive infographic with headline: “Where Resistance Confronts Enemy Next“. (watch here).
The infographic shows the locations of the illegal Jewish settlements and Israel’s military positions. It also shows Hizbullah’s intended military targets to be destroyed before Hizbullah fighters moved-in to re-occupy the Galilee.
The Galilee region (Haifa, Acre, Safed, Tiberias and Nazareth and dozens of villages) was over-run by the well-armed European Jewish terrorist groups on May 14, 1948. The Jewish terrorism against the native Muslims and Christians has not ended even after 64 years. The 40 Bedouin villages at Umm al-Hiran along with their mosques are being on Netanyahu’s latest list of destruction to build 10 new illegal Jewish settlements.
On October 12, 2006, the Asia Times published an article, entitled ‘How Hizbullah Defeated Israel’, written by Alastair Crooke and Mark Perry. Read full article here.