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IDF Assessment of Northern Front In War With Hezbollah

Following the 15th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second Lebanon War on Monday, the IDF released its assessment of Hezbollah’s strength and the IDF’s intention to counter it in the next conflict.

Walla reported that, according to the assessment, Hezbollah now has approximately 150,000 rockets of various types, including ranges between 100-430 miles, as well as drones with a range of 250 miles.

Hezbollah is intensifying, and the IDF estimates that it has about 150,000,000 missiles of various types. Km, and unmanned aircraft capable of reaching a range of 400 km. Next conflict with the organization, believe the IDF launched at Israel from 1,000 to 3,000 rockets a day.

“After the Second Lebanon War Hezbollah has learned a lesson that keeps the past 15 years,” said the commander of the Northern Command, Major General Amir Baram, who said that “if there is another war They will pay a much higher price. We prepare surprises for Hezbollah surprises. The next war will be composed for us, but intolerable for them. “

Commander of the 36th Division, Brigadier General Dan Neumann estimated that such a scenario will need to sign the bottom of the fighting forces. “The blow of fire from the air will be powerful in the first hours of the fighting [in the next war – AB]. But in order to defeat the enemy in the operational phase we will need a ground maneuver. “Said Neumann. The IDF warned that this campaign would be much more aggressive and complex compared to the last round of fighting in Gaza, with much environmental damage.