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    American magazine reveals scenario of war between "Hezbollah" and Israel

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    American magazine reveals scenario of war between "Hezbollah" and Israel Empty American magazine reveals scenario of war between "Hezbollah" and Israel

    Post by Rocky Wed 25 Oct 2017, 4:08 am

    American magazine reveals scenario of war between "Hezbollah" and Israel
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    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
    Israel's political center is busy on Wednesday with the issue of the next war with Lebanon and Hezbollah, and Israel is considering the various war scenarios and the reasons that will ignite them, the magazine Foreign Policy reported. 
    According to the American magazine, the Israeli political class asserts that the movement and transfer of the Lebanese Hezbollah to its arsenal and missiles, minute and modern to the southern border adjacent to Israel will be the first spark of the beginning of the war, which will respond to Israel strongly and in forms and tactics are different from the 2006 war.
    According to Israeli military sources, "Foreign Policy" that the Israeli intelligence effort today on the assessment and arms control of Hezbollah. According to an Israeli expert, "Israel does not necessarily try to avoid war, no matter how ruthless, and that the Israelis generally agree that there is no escape from the conflict, but it may be an opportunity given the current situation in Lebanon."
    "Hezbollah gained combat experience during the war in Syria, and the magazine revealed various scenarios for the war based on reports leaked about the Israeli military maneuvers. Among these more likely scenarios is Israel's reliance on superpower and pre-emptive strikes that will be forced, according to military experts, "To go to a conventional war similar to the war of the Israeli invasion in 1982.
    The second scenario is the entry of the Lebanese army into the war alongside Hezbollah against Israel, which will make things difficult for Israel through the increase of targeted targets and the possible clash between the Israeli army and Lebanese military brigades in southern Lebanon.
    As for the United States and its role in the Middle East, specifically about the future of the war between Israel and Lebanon, the magazine pointed out that the US position is weak because of its lack of strategy in the region, making it difficult to stop the war if ignited between the two countries. Trump's management is weak and lacks strategy and vision. "Any other US administration would have seen an opportunity for dialogue with Iran in a file that is not linked to the nuclear issue," the magazine said, noting that the United States must pursue a dual strategy based on a strong public assertion of Lebanon's sovereignty, Michel Aoun's leadership, Announced to Jordan, which will be negatively affected by any future war in terms of the flow of Syrian refugees in Lebanon to him.
    "It would be good for the United States to make its diverse contacts in the Middle East and to communicate with non-governmental leaders through informal channels to establish a broader basis for regional relations," concluded the magazine.


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