By Damir Nazarov
For me personally, there is no doubt that a terrorist attack using nuclear weapons from Zionism against Beirut was intended to create chaos that would then make it easier for Zionism to eliminate the leader of Hezbollah. Hassan Nasrallah is the third on the Mossad’s bloody list, after the charismatic commander of the Brigade Al-Quds, Baha Abu al-Atta, and the legendary General Qassem Suleimani.
As we can see, after Zionism used a mini-nuclear bomb(there may have been several of them) against Lebanon, crowds of protesters formed, including provocateurs demanding to take a number of measures against Hezbollah. The scheme is outlined, the logic is clear. Arrange a bloodbath, blame the Islamic Resistance and bring the political crisis in Lebanon to infighting. To be honest, I do not believe that the use of nuclear charges by Zionism against Beirut was intended to “scare” Hezbollah, since earlier in 2006, the Zionists had already used such charges, but it did not help them, Hezbollah won the war. However, I admit that the occupation regime, against the background of provocative protests, tried to organize new attacks on Hezbollah positions, including using the same mini-nuclear bombs. The aim of the attacks is to kill the leader of the Islamic Resistance.
If we look at the method of killing two symbols of the Axis of Resistance, then in both cases Zionism used the sky, that is, aerial aggression. Thus, it is logical to argue that against the head of Hezbollah, the Zionists will want to try out “successful tactics”, where the UAV plays a special role.
A war of Zionism against Hezbollah is inevitable, but this time the Islamic Resistance of Lebanon will have much more tactical options and it is easy to assume that Hezbollah will move away from the concept of “forced defense” by activating the option of surprise attacks with the capture of the target. The experience of the war in 2006 has shown that nuclear weapons do not frighten the soldiers of Hizbullah and its allies. The experience of the Syrian and Iraqi conflicts has given Hezbollah a whole Arsenal of different military capabilities, and now the Islamic Resistance can also act as army units. The Syrian battlefields have shown that Hezbollah has enough tanks and drones.