Even though some unofficial reports mention the secret plans concocted within the Israeli army and intended to eliminate Netanyahu as a scapegoat to prevent Israel from this “implacable ballistic retaliation” promised by the Resistance, a new shock has just occurred at the Zionist HQ:
On January 6 and for the third time in a row, an Israeli raid against Syrian territory took place from the skies over northern Galilee, confirming the data that Israeli forces are no longer present in the occupied Golan, a region whose skies have been closed since July 2020 to all civilian and military flights for fear of Hezbollah’s retaliation.
In December, a Druze anti-wind demonstration even degenerated, lifting the veil on yet another significant measure taken by the Israeli army in the Golan, namely “the demilitarization of the area” or what the Israeli media has described in a completely distorted way as “collecting weapons from the inhabitants”. The specialized press in Israel is now talking about the total failure of the war campaign in the Israeli war against Syria which ended up “pushing the Syrian army into the arms of Hezbollah” and “forcing Israel to send threatening texts or leaflets to Syrian generals warning them against continuing their cooperation with Hezbollah. In Syria, however, Israel’s strategic defeat is metastasizing, a new front has just opened which would include Deraa in southern Syria. And Russia obviously has a lot to do with it insofar as the strategic province of Deraa, populated partly by Druze (like the Golan Heights) has been pacified through Russian mediation.
In its edition of January 10, the Israeli site Nziz says: “Israel recognizes a new trend within its borders, Iran and Hezbollah are seeking to open a new front in southern Syria in Deraa against Israel … and say that this province and the region of Sueida which is located there have since 2011 constituted the main rear base of pro-Israel terrorists who armed, financed and piloted their operations against Syria. The failure is enormous, especially since in Deraa, the Zionist Air Force has no freedom of action that it enjoys in regions close to the borders with Lebanon, Russia being largely present there.
“Obviously the Israeli F-16s could not target southern Syria with the same latitude as elsewhere because of the presence of Russian forces, which however, and obviously following a tacit agreement with Iran and Hezbollah to leave the field open to the latter, adds the site. The fear is enormous to see Deraa turn into a Quneitra bis especially since December 27th nothing is going well between Russia and Israel. On December 27th the Israeli F-16s carried out an attack against Masyaf east of Hama in support of U.S. ships in the Mediterranean Sea, an attack involving Delilah and Tomahawk missiles. During an Israel/USA air and sea raid, missiles targeted two military research centers in Masyaf while crossing the sky of Tartous in a very dangerous manner. For the first time since the beginning of the Russian intervention in Syria, the S-300 batteries were activated and intercepted the Israeli-American cruise missiles with almost complete success. Does Russia now have any reason to prevent Hezbollah from deploying to Deraa? “Not really! There is even a tendency to believe that Russia is doing everything it can to speed up the deployment,” the Hebrew-language site says.
The Zionist counter-strategy? Distributing threatening and whining pamphlets like this text: “Brigadier General Bassel Abu Eid – Brigadier General 112: Despite our previous warnings, you have continued to allow Hezbollah to be present in your area and to work in your unit and among your soldiers. In southern Syria and in your unit, that’s a lie….What part of Hezbollah in southern Syria? What are Hezbollah’s achievements in rebuilding the region and the army?…. Does using your bases and infrastructure to advance Hezbollah serve Syria? “””
Even as the Zionist army, totally desperate and waiting for the Apocalypse, implored the Syrian army to cease its cooperation with Hezbollah, so that Deraa, the hotbed of the anti-Syrian war in 2011, would not become an anti-Israel fortification and deprive it of any future maneuvering, a video dated January 6 should give Israel a chill. In a video published by Iranian media and shared on social networks and YouTube, an Iranian drone, visibly operating in Syria, takes off from an undisclosed base before launching a replica of the Spike missile, Sadid said, at an unknown target. Iran allegedly manufactured the replica Spike missile after a failed raid by Israel on Syrian territory. And the Syrian military followed with heightened interest as Iran’s long-range suicide drone exercises destroyed a predetermined target in a 1400-kilometer training area on the last day of the large-scale military drone exercise on January 6. This first Iranian drone exercise, which was of great interest to the Syrian army, also involved these Spike dit Sadid or other smart standoff bombs such as Qaem.
by Basit Abbasi – FN