IOF not ready for a multifront war: Israeli Major Gen.
A major general in the Israeli occupation's reserve forces warns that they are not prepared for any future war that may take place on multiple fronts.
Israeli Kan channel questioned, in a new report, the Israeli military's strength, in addition to its ability to manage a multi-front war.
Israeli reserve forces Major General Yitzhak Brick, who has been criticizing the readiness of the Israeli occupation forces for years, told Kan that the Israeli occupation's new Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi received an army that suffers from large gaps, and that there are concerns regardings its eligibility and readiness for the next war which might involve five fronts with thousands of precision missiles, not to mention thousands of fighters crossing borders.
Israeli media has also recently discussed the IOF's new Chief of Staff, Herzi Halevi, saying he is facing many complex challenges, most notably Iran, Hezbollah, in addition to the escalation in the occupied West Bank.
"The Israeli army is not prepared to combat Hezbollah in Lebanon, as well as rockets from Syria, Yemen, and Iraq in addition to Hamas, which can utilize infantry and missiles from the Gaza Strip", Brick added.
He also advised the IOF to take into consideration that an uprising or Intifada might spread among Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, and in the '48 occupied territories in the wake of any upcoming war.
There were talks in "Israel" about how the occupation forces are conducting military maneuvers despite indications of the home front's fragility, the poor preparations for any future war, and the weaknesses that need years to overcome.
"The air force bases are not equipped to meet precision missiles that will fall on its tracks, causing jagged gaps, fires, and casualties," he said.
Brick also noted that the Israeli air forces are not prepared for a situation in which its tracks would be struck by missiles thus facing flying issues."
The Israeli army finds itself at the heart of the political debate, he further warned, pointing to an internal crisis and profound splits between the government and the army.
It is also worth noting that Israeli media is wondering about where the IOF is headed as it crumbles under the weight of the political divide that has it in a chokehold.
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