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Israeli General: "Hezbollah" Will Fire 2000 rockets at Israel Every Day in Future War  


Mon 15 Mar 2021 | 10:52 PM
Ahmed Moamar

The commander of the Israeli Home Front, General Uri Gordin, warned that Israel would be exposed to 2,000 rockets and missiles every day during a future war with the Lebanese "Hezbollah".

This will challenge Israel's military and civilian defense capabilities, Gordin said during his participation in a conference in Jerusalem on Monday, but added: "Enemies on the various fronts must know that if necessary, we will employ a military force that has never been seen before."

He continued, "They know that they cannot defeat us on the battlefield, so they are trying to transfer the war to a second front, which is our homes and our cities."

He noted that "the enemies of Israel should know that the Israeli home front is able to withstand, and it has proven this in the past."

Israel believes that Hezbollah today possesses an arsenal of about 150,000 projectile missiles, some of which are distinguished by the ability to hit anywhere inside the Jewish state.

The Israeli army threatened that if the number of precision missiles in the possession of the Lebanese "Hezbollah" exceeds a certain amount estimated at between five and a thousand missiles, it will have to move and target that arsenal.

Last Thursday, the Israel Hayom newspaper quoted the commander of the Israeli Army's Combat Techniques and Modernity Brigade, Eran Nef, as saying that "if Hezbollah exceeds the ceiling of a quantity or quality of precision weapons, we will demand action against it. This is a heavy decision, but we will not be able." From evading it

Nef described Hezbollah's missiles as the second biggest threat to Israel's security after the Iranian nuclear threat.

He added that this is the event around which assessments of the situation are being conducted. This is the scenario in the exercises. Everything is directed there, but the response is directed to there as well." Meanwhile, we are trying to work in other innovative ways, which do not allow them to get there."