The Invasion-Mass Murder Strategy of Hamas and Hizbullah

(Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs) Dr. Dan Diker - Hamas' strategy of invasion, massacre, kidnapping, and deception under cover of massive rocket attacks mirrors Hizbullah's strategy toward Israel's north. Hizbullah's Radwan forces prepared a similar ground invasion plan to capture Israel's northern towns and cities, including Kiryat Shmona, Metula, and Nahariya. UN Security Council Resolution 1701 required a Hizbullah pullback 20 km. north of Israel's border beyond the Litani River to create a buffer zone that would have prevented the current stark reality of more than 100,000 Israelis evacuated from their homes in northern Israel. Unfortunately, UNIFIL (United Nations International Forces in Lebanon) failed to enforce the UN's internationally-guaranteed resolution. As the hidden hand of Iran continues to challenge Israel's existence and the stability of the entire region, Israel must change its communication strategy to increase regional and international awareness of the dangers of the Iranian axis of radical Islamic terror - in the media and on the diplomatic and human rights battlefields. The writer is President of the Jerusalem Center.

2024-01-08 00:00:00

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