Hezbollah presents new scenes of the capture of two Israeli soldiers in 2006 (video) | A homeland tweeting outside the flock


The Lebanese Hezbollah Central Military Information Service published scenes for the first time from the operation of capturing the two Israeli soldiers on July 12, 2006.

The video clips, according to what was monitored by Watan, showed violent clashes between Hezbollah and the Israeli army, and at the end of the video the moment the two soldiers were evacuated and pulled towards Lebanon.

The Lebanese Hezbollah called “The Truthful Promise” for the operation that led to the outbreak of an Israeli war on Lebanon in conjunction with an Israeli escalation in the Gaza Strip, preceded by the capture of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.

New scenes of Operation True Promise

And the “Military Media” said on its website that it “published new scenes of the operation of capturing two Israeli soldiers on July 12, 2006 in Khelet Warda, southern Lebanon.”

The war between the Lebanese “Hezbollah” and the Israeli army, which broke out on July 12, 2006, continued for 33 days, following the party’s capture of the two Israeli soldiers.

The devastating war on southern Lebanon in 2006 killed more than 1,200 Lebanese, most of whom were civilians, and 160 Israelis, most of whom were soldiers.

Lebanon collapse

Earlier, an Israeli security official announced that “the economic collapse and the government vacuum in Lebanon are putting the Israeli security establishment on alert,” noting that “the Third Lebanon War is a matter of time.”

And the Hebrew “Walla” website quoted the Israeli security official as saying that “the severe economic collapse in Lebanon and the government vacuum that has developed in the country has put the Israeli security establishment in a state of alert.”

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He added that “Iran and Hezbollah are working to expand a foothold in Lebanon,” noting that “the Third Lebanon War is a matter of time.”

He added, “Hezbollah has started subsidizing food products and fuel, and opening an ATM network for Shiite citizens only, at a time when the banking system is collapsing and fuel prices are rising due to the severe shortage in the market.”

He pointed out that “Hezbollah continues to develop the precision missile project that threatens the Israeli home front in general and strategic facilities such as power stations, water infrastructure, and government symbols in particular.”

He added that “Hezbollah continues to arm itself with air systems that threaten the freedom of action of the Israeli Air Force in the Lebanese airspace and the region.”

prisoner exchange process

On July 16, 2008, a prisoner exchange deal was signed between Israel and Hezbollah when Hezbollah transferred the coffins of two Israeli soldiers in exchange for 5 Lebanese militants held by Israel and the bodies of 199 militants captured in Lebanon or Israel.

Israeli fears

In the context, the specialist in Israeli affairs, writer Adnan Abu Amer, said that while the occupation army commemorates the 15th anniversary of the Second Lebanon War, more of its shortcomings appear, concentrated in the lack of readiness, and the lack of communication between weapons and intelligence, which left the opinion The Israeli public felt a resounding feeling and a fiasco after the army failed to win the battle.

Abu Amer added: “As a result of the military movements after that war, a mutual deterrence balance has developed between (Israel) and Hezbollah in recent years.”

He continued, “Both seemed uninterested in a large-scale confrontation at this time, but the reasonable assumption is that a confrontation could break out at any time, even if it is the result of a tactical incident.”

He continued: “It is sufficient to mention the state of high alert in Israel only a few months ago, after the party threatened to avenge the killing of one of its members in an attack inside Syria.”

He continued: “The Israeli conviction that the next Lebanese war will not resemble its predecessors, due to the lessons learned by the occupation army during these years, the updated operational plans, and the training of forces and equipment in modern systems, gives an appreciation that despite all the restrictions, the occupation army may act differently next time.” In light of the availability of up-to-date, real-time intelligence, after the issue of missing intelligence appeared in every investigation after the summer of 2006.”

He added: “The last two Gaza wars, 2021 and 2014, were, in the eyes of the Israeli occupation army, a microcosm of the upcoming war in the north, which made it prepare for a very strong defense along the border, although the main question that must be asked is whether the ground army today, which was not used It has been used on a large scale for many years in a state of sufficient readiness, given its repeated reluctance to maneuver and its attendant, content with the achievements of the Air Force.”

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