Home Tags Lebanon War
Tag: Lebanon War
The last time IDF combat recruitment was this low was recorded immediately after the 2006 Second Lebanon War.The trend was eventually corrected in 2010, when demand for combat service surged to an 80% peak. But it has since been declining consistently.
'I have a recommendation to the people of Lebanon: Hezbollah has chosen to stay and infiltrate some of your homes – if you leave your homes as soon as the conflict erupts you will not be harmed.'
'The group is financially as bad as it has not been for decades.'
The amendments expand the list of entities that may face sanctions for providing support for Hezbollah and significantly bolsters reporting on the financial activities of the party’s affiliated entities and even political allies.
Iran is feeling expansive, and Russia seems quite fine with Israel's actions to keep Iran in check.
According to various reports, Hezbollah today is in possession of an estimated 130,000 rockets of various types.
The map shows Hezbollah deeply embedded in civilian population centers in Lebanon.
Peace Now refused the families' plea, suggesting "another delay will be used by respondents to torpedo the return of the land to its rightful owners."
The new Jerusalem Lone Soldiers' Center officially opened on Michael Levin's 10th Yartzheit.
One entire battalion, according to reports, took on the role of the local civilian Arab population, in an attempt to isolate them from the fighting.
Hezbollah is ramping up its firepower with more than 120,000 missiles pointed at Israeli cities.
The tank was used by the IDF during the Battle of Sultan Yacoub during the First Lebanon War. On June 10, 1982 it was captured by the Syrian army and eventually transported to the Soviet Union.
Mustafa Badr A-Din (Badreddine), the head of Hezbollah's military operations was reportedly killed by an Israeli air strike in Syria.
Ten years after the death of her son Michael, an American-born IDF soldier who fell in battle, Harriet Levin is still learning to cope.
When Minister Erdan introduced Brig. Gen. (Res.) Gal Hirsch as his pick for the next Israeli police commissioner, his decision provoked angry reactions from several segments of the Israeli public.
Hirsch nominated as police chief is a bold attempt to redeem a police force rotten in public's eyes
The Obama-P5+1 deal with Iran has no provisions against Hezbollah.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?
Arab media said several bases with long-range missiles were attacked on Saturday and last Wednesday.
12Page 1 of 2