Coordinated strikes by the Resistance from multiple fronts have forced new rules of engagement on Tel Aviv, which is already struggling to keep its domestic and external crises under control.
Can Israel survive another, bigger multi-front assault?
Israel is currently facing a unique and formidable challenge – a multi-front irregular force that poses a greater threat to the regime than traditional Arab armies of the past. What sets this irregular force apart is the introduction of missile warfare and a genuinely united front.
The Resistance, to the Zionist regime, is made up of various actors who operate across multiple fronts. Their unconventional tactics and strategies, includes symmetric and asymmetric warfare, with advanced weaponry; overwhelming the Zionist regime.
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The decision to calm tensions in the Al-Aqsa Mosque was a recognition by Israel that the resistance has gained the upper hand by coordinating its assaults from multiple fronts: rocket fire from Gaza, missile attacks from Lebanon, targeting of illegal Israeli sites in the occupied Golan of Syria.
Israel’s attempt to hold Hamas responsible for the rocket fire from Lebanon – while avoiding mentioning of Hezbollah – was seen as an effort to avoid a confrontation with the Lebanese resistance group and to restrict its response to Hamas.
Tel Aviv’s response to the incoming rockets was limited to sporadic strikes, targeting farms. A strong indication that Israel is trying to save face without escalating the situation further. This had immediate implications: Israel has been compelled to accept the equations imposed by the resistance and is no longer able to risk a potential escalation that could lead to an all-out war on multiple fronts.
According to the Resistance, “The message … is that in any upcoming war, more than one front will be opened with the enemy under the new ‘unity of fronts’ paradigm.”
“One of these [new] rules is that Jerusalem is not only for the Palestinians but for the Islamic and Arab nations,”
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