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Thursday, December 8, 2016
Declassified IDF map reveals thousands of Hezbollah positions along border.
Graphic map released by the Israel Defence Force (IDF) demonstrates Israeli intel capabilities, may point to potential targets in future conflict
View of Lebanon as seen from the Israeli side of the border, November 10, 2016. (Doron Horowitz/FLASH90)
Last week Israeli jets reportedly struck targets in Syria for the first time in three months, hitting a regime military base and a Hezbollah convoy en route to Lebanon, according to foreign media.
“Israeli intelligence, it seems, found a transfer of advanced weapons to Hezbollah, and Israel decided that this wasn’t going to happen,” Maj. Gen. (res.) Yaakov Amidror, the former National Security Adviser, told Army Radio.
“That’s one of our ‘red lines,’ which we’ve admitted and declared and acted on in the past,” he said.
In April Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed that Israel has carried out “dozens” of strikes on attempted arms transfers in Syria and promised it would continue to target the smuggling of “game changing” weaponry.