More than a limited war and less than an open war

It was stated in “Al-Rai Al-Kuwaiti”:

More than a limited war, less than an open war, is the conclusion that sums up the “flood” of fire and destruction on the Lebanese-Israeli front and its extensions that reach the Syrian “area”, the soft side, open in front of the long arm of Tel Aviv and its almost daily raids against places. Operated by Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

The “war of preoccupation” that Hezbollah began on the eighth of October on the southern Lebanon front to “support Gaza” is gradually drifting from a “mini-war” governed by “rules of engagement” that govern it to a war likely to expand and break out after its geography has expanded and expanded. “A bank of its goals” and its fate was tied to “high ceilings” from both parties.

The statements of Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant, full of threats, in the light of his army’s most violent strikes against Hezbollah and Iranian Revolutionary Guard sites in Aleppo, were only one of the prominent indicators of the possibility of a “displacement” of the front with Lebanon towards more expanded and painful outcomes, which is what was understood to be the case. Hezbollah takes it seriously and takes it seriously.

Gallant, who seemed proud of the United States’ release of more military aid to his army, ignored, perhaps for the first time, talk about the hypothesis of a diplomatic solution regarding the front in southern Lebanon, and unleashed empty threats when he said that “we will expand the battle and increase the pace of attacks in the north,” waving By “moving from defense to attack.”

Perhaps the most exciting reference in Gallant’s words was his statement, “We will reach every place where Hezbollah operates, in Beirut, in Damascus, and in farther places,” which also coincided with Israel raising the level of fire intensity in its attacks, expanding the scope of its theater of operations, and enlarging “the level of fire intensity in its attacks.” Bank of its goals” over the past week.

Sources familiar with the course of the war on the Lebanese-Israeli front did not hesitate to draw darker scenarios for what could happen, and they informed Al-Rai that those concerned should not rule out the possibility of an extension of the Israeli air strikes towards Beirut and its southern suburbs as long as the target is “Hezbollah.” » Exclusively.

These sources pointed out that Gallant was clear in directing his threats to “Hezbollah” and not to Lebanon, which is something that the party is aware of, expects, and is ready to deal with, and he had initiated precautionary measures of the kind that limit his losses in the fierce confrontation with an enemy occupying the airspace and using artificial intelligence. .

Although Hezbollah did not hesitate to respond to the Israeli manipulation of the “rules of engagement” by expanding the field of fire in its targeting of areas, barracks and settlements in the Israeli heartland, and by using missiles with destructive warheads such as “Burkan” and “Falaq” against uninhabited settlements, of course, The monitoring circles in Beirut saw one of two things in Gallant’s dash and its implications:

Either Israel has become more “daring” after obtaining new military morale from the United States, and therefore it will push with greater momentum, or its push contains an attempt to obstruct any American-Iranian understanding regarding Lebanon and its south. In both cases, the coming days will constitute tests for Washington and Paris’ continued declaration of their refusal to expand the scope of the war against Lebanon.

While the lenses were trained on the field in the south to monitor any interpretations of the Israeli threats, including what was reported from a senior official in the Northern Command that, under orders from Gallant and the Chief of Staff, “we shifted from defense to attack,” Hezbollah proceeded to try to “modernize” the balance of deterrence by intensifying the use of “Burkan” missiles against military targets, in parallel with readings of targeting settlements with this type of highly destructive weapons, place this development in the context of establishing a symmetry on the Israeli dump, in response to estimates that Tel Aviv is seeking to establish a “dead zone” with a depth of between 3 and 5 kilometers in the dump. The Lebanese army will have been destroyed by carpet bombing, whether in a large-scale war or “in batches” as a prelude to a realistic version of the implementation of Resolution 1701, so that the party is “drilling” a field reality that requires any security arrangements on the border to be “in both directions.”

In this context, and as Israel continued its raids and artillery shelling of many towns in the south, Hezbollah announced that “in support of our steadfast Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and in support of their valiant and honorable resistance, the Mujahideen of the Islamic Resistance targeted on Saturday morning (yesterday), Ramim Barracks was hit by a Burkan missile and was hit directly.”


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