Israeli Media: Hezbollah's Arsenal Amounts to 150,000 Missiles
Estimates of the Israeli occupation army indicate that the missile arsenal of Hezbollah includes various types of missiles and that up to 3,000 missiles per day will be launched on "Israel" in case war breaks out.
The Israeli "Walla" website stated that "according to the estimates of the Israeli occupation army, the arsenal of Hezbollah includes 150,000 missiles of various types."
The Israeli website indicated that "15 years after the Second Lebanon War, Hezbollah is getting stronger," according to these estimates, which indicated that "the arsenal includes missiles with a range of 15 to 700 km, winged missiles with a range of 200 km, and drones capable of covering a distance of 400 km.
He added, "In any upcoming confrontation with the organization (Hezbollah), the Israeli army estimates that around 1,000-3,000 rockets will be fired per day."
For its part, "Haaretz" newspaper reported that senior officials in the Israeli security establishment estimate that "the chance of a full-scale war with Lebanon is minimal."
It added, "Hezbollah and 'Israel' are on guard for the possibility of a war breaking out suddenly as a result of a security incident that would lead to a snowball effect."
"Haaretz" pointed out that "despite the attempts attributed to 'Israel' in the foreign media to hit the accuracy of Hezbollah's missiles, the latter has succeeded in developing these capabilities, thus casting shadows of worry on the security establishment."
The Israeli military affairs commentator Alon Ben-David confirmed that it is believed in "Israel" that "Hezbollah has succeeded in accumulating hundreds of precision missiles of medium and long ranges and that now, there exists in Lebanon several facilities that contain precision missile components."
Israeli media also quoted an Israeli expert at the end of last year as saying that "Hezbollah's precision missiles pose the greatest danger to 'Israel' and the Israeli army." In the same context, the Head of the Israeli military's Iran Directorate Major General Tal Kelman said that "considering a pre-emptive strike on Lebanon against Hezbollah's precision strike missiles project is a complicated matter, because it may turn into a regional war."
It is reported that the Secretary-General of Hezbollah Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah confirmed in the "Dialogue of the Year" program on Al Mayadeen TV at the end of 2020 that "the number of the precision strike missiles the resistance has now are two times more than last year's," emphasizing that "any target throughout occupied Palestine we want to hit accurately, we are able to hit it accurately."