Jewish Army sets up ‘Hizbullah Unit’

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On January 16, 2017 Gilli Cohen reported at Israel’s top English newspaper, Ha’aretz that the Jewish army has set up the so-called Red Forces to look like and trained in guerilla warfare like Lebanese Hizbullah.

Israel army is changing the structure of its training exercises in order to better simulate combat situations against Hizbullah and Hamas. In addition to constructing tunnels on some bases, the army is set to create specific training units that will perform the same maneuvers and tactics of the guerilla organizations,” says Cohen.

According to Cohen, the Jewish army is in the process of purchasing equipment for this force, which will simulate everything about Hizbullah: from uniforms and flags to sniper rifles, Kalashnikovs, RPG rockets, explosive devices, and Kornet and Sagger anti-tank missiles.

The problem is that Hizbullah look-alike uniforms, flag and light arms and without an air force cover, is not going to make the corrupt and coward Israeli soldiers to equal Hizbullah fighter’s desire to seek martyrdom at battlefield. Netanyahu has already called Israeli Generals pussies.

In December 8, 2016, Ha’aretz reported that Israel army tweeted fake map of Hizbullah positions in Lebanon to scare the Islamic Resistance.

The Israel Air Force has had an equivalent Red Squadron simulating enemy forces for about a decade. The squadron operates at the IAF air base in Uvda, near Eilat. Pilots in the squadron, which is dubbed Flying Dragon, sport Arab names, such as Musa and Muamar, on their overalls, and the flags of Arab countries are also pasted on them. However, in 2006 Lebanon War, the Red Squadron failed to save the Jewish army from a military defeat.

In September 2016, David Daoud, an Arab Jew research analyst at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), posted at Israeli propaganda outlet The Tower: “Hizbullah remains the one Arab force to have denied the IDF a single decisive victory in the past three decades. It has done so by operating as a guerrilla force. However, pundits are now Israeli pundits are suggesting that when the Iranian proxy group initiates its next war with Israel, it will employ the conventional military experience it has gained in the Syrian Civil War, thus presenting a challenge to the Jewish state. Mistakenly, they ignore that Hizbullah would be exposing itself by operating as a conventional force, faciliating the IDF’s victory. Instead the group will revert to operating as a guerrilla organization, leaving Lebanon and its civilians to bear the brunt of the Israeli onslaught.”

It seems these idiot pundits, like the Six Million Died, have funny definition of conventional force too. A conventional force usually have fighter jets, tanks, armed carriers, combat boats or ships, etc. which neither Hizbullah or Lebanon Armed Force posses.

The FDD, an Israeli propaganda organ was established two weeks after the 9/11 by three American Jew oligarchs, Leonard Abramson, Michael Steinhardt, and the liquor baron Edgar Bronfman. The FDD is home to all the Jewish and other neocons members of the notorious PNAC.

On December 21, 2016, Hanin Ghaddar, a visiting fellow at Israel lobby WINEP whined that not only Hizbullah succeeded in installing its ally Gen. Michael Auon as country’s new president, but also the prime minister Sa’ad Hariri’s two-third cabinet ministers are pro-Syrian president Bashar al-Assad who is defended by Hizbullah, Iran and Russia.

Saudi Arabian-Lebanese millionaire Sa’ad Hariri’s father Rafik Hariri was assassinated in Israeli Mossad Beirut bombing in 2005.

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One response to “Jewish Army sets up ‘Hizbullah Unit’

  1. Let us be fair: the major reason for the defeat of IDF in Lebanon was that the IDF soldiers had no experience to speak of in fighting men in Palestine, let alone armed men.

    What added humiliation to the defeat was that they were not well equipped either. Let us hope that the new unit will be properly outfitted with the most important item (see below). Spending $33 per soldier for this article can be easily done with additional US funding.

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