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Ex-’Israeli’ Security Adviser: Hezbollah 100k+ Rockets Can Reach Everywhere

Ex-’Israeli’ Security Adviser: Hezbollah 100k+ Rockets Can Reach Everywhere
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By Staff, Agencies

Former ‘Israeli’ National Security Adviser, retired Major General Yaakov Amidror reiterated the Zionist military’s ultimate need to eventually destroy Hezbollah.

Amidror’s comment came in the context of admitting that the ‘Israelis’ need to remember that Hezbollah’s over 100,000 rockets can reach everywhere from the nuclear reactor in Dimona to Kiryat Shmona in the North of the occupied territories.

“In the end, we will need to destroy Hezbollah by force,” he stressed.

Amidror made his comments on Wednesday before the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations in occupied al-Quds.

“There is no way to balance Hezbollah [within Lebanon]. If we don’t want them to get precise weaponry in the future, we will have to find a solution to the existence of this beast in Lebanon,” Amidror didn’t hesitate to say.

The ‘Israeli’ military hopes to leverage new US technology and precision weapons in the field of air power to advance its capabilities, he said.

Furthermore, Amidror claimed that the Zionist military would seek to achieve ‘much stronger antimissile systems’ all over the occupied territories, with at least three layers, and eventually a fourth layer, because ‘we will introduce a laser antimissile system. It is not mature enough today, but we are doing many important steps to get it in the next few years.’

However, Amidror had a softer tone towards Hezbollah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.

Responding to a question from the audience on the Zionist entity’s intentions to assassinate Sayyed Nasrallah, Amidror said ‘Israel’ had tried this with Hezbollah before and failed when it assassinated Nasrallah’s predecessor, Abbas al-Moussawi.

“Hezbollah found a good successor,” Amidror said. Many historians argue that Hezbollah became a far bigger threat to ‘Israel’ under Nasrallah than it had been under Moussawi, meaning that killing Moussawi might have made things worse, and so killing Nasrallah might also.