The war with Hezbollah will be extremely severe, says Israeli army chief

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AMMAN — Israeli occupation Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi warned on Tuesday of Iran’s proximity to possessing a nuclear bomb, indicating the presence of negative developments that could prompts the entity to accelerate attacks on Iranian nuclear facilities. اضافة اعلان

Speaking at the annual Herzliya conference on politics and defense, he stated that Iranians have made significant progress in recent years towards acquiring a nuclear weapon, Khaberni reported.

He continued to highlight that these developments could push the occupation to strike the nuclear facilities.

“We are examining Iran's recent steps seeking nuclear capabilities. There are negative developments on the horizon that will compel us to respond. We have the capabilities to do so, and Iran is involved in everything happening in the region, with its fingerprints evident in all events here. However, we will not remain indifferent to what is happening, and Iran should not remain indifferent to the path we are pursuing," Halevi said.

However, Halevi emphasized that "Iran is a large country, nearly 70 times the size of Israel, and this presents a significant challenge in accessing the sensitive facilities spread throughout its territory."

Loaded threatsRegarding the Lebanese front, Halevi stated that it is necessary to maintain a tangible military superiority over Hezbollah, in addition to studying the timing and initiatives that could enhance Israeli dominance.

Halevi warned that "the war with Hezbollah will be harsh on the Israeli home front," but he added that it "will be much harsher on the Lebanese interior."

He mentioned that "Hezbollah is currently refraining from initiating attacks against Israel."

On the Syrian front, Halevi issued a warning message to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, stating that the Israeli army will continue targeting anyone posing a threat to the entity's security, and that Syria's alliance with Iran will not contribute to its recovery from the civil war.

In conclusion, Halevi spoke about the recent confrontation in the Gaza Strip, pointing out that the assassination of leaders from the Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad movement, was not only in response to their actions against the entity but also as a response to their intentions and plans.

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