Israeli media: Upcoming weeks pose huge challenge to Israeli army
Israeli media comment on the speeches of Hezbollah Secretary-General and IRGC Commander on the occasion of International Al-Quds Day.
Israeli media underscored Friday that the upcoming weeks will pose a major challenge to the Israeli security and military establishment.
Arab affairs commentator on Israeli Channel 13, Hezi Simantov, said that Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah and Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Commander Major General Hossein Salami praised and encouraged Palestinian operations.
Simantov added that the two leaders called on more Palestinians to carry out operations in occupied Palestinian territories, knowing that it would be difficult to thwart them in advance.
The Israeli commentator pointed out that the Hamas movement will continue to activate one-man solo operations carried out by Palestinians in the occupied territories in the coming weeks, considering that this would be a major challenge to the Israeli occupation security and military establishment.
It is noteworthy that Sayyed Nasrallah underscored Friday in his speech on the occasion of the International Al-Quds Day that these operations exposed the fragility of the Israeli occupation's security and the weakness of its security apparatus. He stressed that they also impacted the Israeli settlers' trust in their government and army, which has vast tremendous repercussions.
In the same context, the Israeli newspaper "Israel" Hayom quoted an excerpt of Nasrallah's speech, in which he said, "I found out that Iran informed normalizing countries that any aggression against Iran from these countries will be responded to, and this message has made it to ["Tel Aviv"]... Iran could strike Israel directly, and its preludes are becoming greater by the day."
The newspaper indicated that in his statement, Nasrallah meant by the normalizing country the two Gulf states who signed the so-called "Abrahamic Accords", namely the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.