3 months after Gaza conflict, IDF gearing up for another round of fighting


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(Worthy News) – Three months after and Palestinian terror groups in the waged a brutal 11-day conflict, the Israeli is prepared for another round of fighting with the enclave, chief Aviv Kohavi said this week.

While the considers May’s Gaza conflict, known in Israel as Operation Guardian of the Walls, as having achieved many — though not all — of its goals, it is still seen as something of a mixed bag. While there were some clear victories over , particularly against the terror group’s rocket production capabilities, there were also notable failures, namely Hamas’s ability to freely fire thousands of rockets at Israeli cities and critical , which the IDF is now working to address.

Perhaps most significantly, as the first major conflict in the Gaza Strip since Israel finished construction of a massive underground barrier around the enclave to block Hamas’s border-crossing attack tunnels, the operation proved to the IDF that in the absence of that ground-based threat, Israel could fight on two fronts simultaneously: in Gaza, primarily with air power and artillery, and in the north, with ground troops who would be needed to fight the Lebanese militia. [ Source:Times of Israel (Read More…) ]

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