Israel takes Hezbollah’s threats seriously


    A Hebrew website has just reported that the home front in Israel is taking the threats of the Lebanese Hezbollah Secretary General seriously and that in view of the threats of rocket and artillery fire from the Resistance, the Israelis are studying, for the first time, the possibility of moving dangerous explosive stores from Haifa to the Negev desert in southern Israel.

    According to Rai al-Youm, Amir Bohbot, a military analyst with Israel’s Walla website, quoted well-informed security sources as saying that Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah’s threats are “real threats to Israel’s home front.”

    Recently, Israeli military officials have tested explosives to assess the extent of destruction of hazardous materials in Hezbollah attacks.

    “In the event of a direct attack by Hezbollah, the explosion of these deposits will cause the deaths of many people in the region. Indeed, these depots turned into targets for various groups, including Hezbollah, who threatened Israel with rocket and artillery attacks in the next war, “wrote Amir Bohbot.

    He added that Israel’s security authorities consider the warnings of the Lebanese Hezbollah Secretary General and the efforts of this movement to have high-precision missile launchers and mortars as a serious threat.

    “That’s why exams and maneuvers were conducted to find out how to deal with such threats and protect themselves to the highest degree with the Dome of Iron, Patriot, Magic Wand and Hetz defense systems. It is likely that Hezbollah is targeting the ports of Haifa and Ashdod with the aim of hindering their commercial activities. In the event of a war with Hezbollah, Israel will use these missile defense systems to protect Israel’s sensitive and important infrastructure, including military bases, ports and airports, “he said.

    In this respect, Israeli television channels 12 and 13, citing political sources, revealed that Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu’s cabinet had for the first time examined the possibility of transferring all ammonia and petrochemical reserves. the Gulf of Haifa in other areas, including the Negev desert in the southern occupied territories, to avoid heavy financial and human damage.