Israeli media has reported that hundreds of Hizbullah fighters backed by Syrian Army have taken positions within reach of Israel occupied oil-rich Golan Heights, which is making Zionist regime very nervous.
In July 2017, Netanyahu drew three redlines (David Makovsky, Politico, July 14) during cabinet meeting; 1) have to keep Iran and Hizbullah away from Israel’s Golan Heights border, 2) must prevent the establishment of an Iranian military presence in Syria as a whole, and 3) must block any attempt by Hizbullah to acquire precision weapons.
Since then Zionist regime churned the lies that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, an ally of Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah had allowed Hizbullah to build a military base in al-Qusayr, a Syrian town near Lebanese border – to stockpile weapons for the Lebanese military personnel and Hizbullah fighters who are fighting along Syrian army.
On September 7, Krishnadev Calamur whined at the Jew Atlantic that the recent defeat of anti-Assad mercenaries, “Israel finds itself in a precarious position as the Syrian war grinds on: The United States, its main global ally, has struck a deal with Russia, Syria’s main benefactor, on a cease-fire that is mostly holding; Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is now more in control of his country than at any point since the war began more than five years ago; and Iran, which Israel views as an existential threat, and Hezbollah, which it battled for years in Lebanon, have emerged even stronger than they were before the conflict began.”
The failure of Netanyahu’s six-year-old regime change in Syria has put him in panic.
On September 15, Amos Harel reported at Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz that Netanyahu had demanded a “80km (50 miles) buffer but Russian let Iranian forces and Hizbullah fighters approach with 2 km Israeli border along the Golan Heights.”
On September 8, Alastair Crooke, former British diplomat wrote: “Despite last-ditch efforts by Israel and its allies to salvage the regime change project in Syria, the looming defeat of the Western-backed jihadists marks a turning point in the modern Middle East.”
Hizbullah has successfully blocked the Zionist dream of Eretz Yisrael (greater Israel). Since the 2006 defeat Israeli Generals have come to the conclusion that Hizbullah cannot be defeated by conventional warfare. Israel which possesses several hundred nuclear bombs, is afraid to use them against Hizbullah as the radiation would wipe out more than half of Israeli population. That’s why Netanyahu wants Washington and Saudi Wahhabis to do Israel’s dirty work.
Hizbullah which is the product of Israeli invasion and occupation of South Lebanon in the 1980s, has inflicted military humiliations on Jewish army in Lebanon in 2000 and 2006 – and recently in Syria. Initially it began as a Shi’ite humanitarian group – but later it established an armed wing to fight Jewish occupation of Southern Lebanon. In 2005 Hizbullah entered country’s politics and currently lead the opposition group in the parliament. After its victory in the 2006 Israeli invasion, it has earned support from Lebanese Christians and Druze communities in addition to Sunni Hamas.
Lebanon appeared on Zionist Jewish hit list in 1919, when the World Zionist Congress delegation at the Paris Peace Conference said the Lebanese Litani River, Golan Heights and Jordan Valley (West Bank), were essential for the necessary economic foundation of the new state for Jews. It must have the control of Arab rivers and headwaters.