Israel and Hizbullah: 2006-2008

[Washington Institute for Near East Policy ] Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff - Looking at Hizbullah and Israel two years after the war, Hizbullah no longer has outposts along the Israeli border and has been forced to relocate much of its personnel and equipment further north. However, it has acquired longer-range rockets than it had before the war, and has a much larger presence in Beirut. Israel has begun to train its soldiers and reservists with much more intensity and vigor. If there is another war, Israel wants a decisive victory, and it is preparing for that outcome.

2008-06-12 01:00:00

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