A Hebrew newspaper says Israel is not ready or prepared for a forthcoming confrontation with Iran.

With the possibility of more than 1,200 rocket-propelled grenades per day and long wars with Iran, the Israeli home front is not prepared for any possible confrontation.

The Hebrew newspaper “Maqor Rishon” said that any future confrontation with Lebanon or Syria will be managed by remote control from Iran, and that the confrontation didn’t and won’t expect the home front, because it didn’t know yet, and that most citizens in the northern Israeli region is not protected from the fall of so many shells Rockets, shelters and shelters are not enough and will not be ready to accommodate large numbers of these citizens in the event of Israel in a real war with Iran.

Giora Zlits, head of the northern Galilee regional council, said that Israel’s military operation against Lebanese Hezbollah tunnels on December 4, which ended in January, had been halted for the above reasons.

The newspaper cited the suspension of the military operation because of the lack of full security and insurance for Israeli citizens in the northern region, in the event of Israel’s war with Iran, through Lebanon or Syria.

The Hebrew newspaper revealed that the Israeli army inaugurated a new weapon of its kind, in an attempt to face the growing external threats to his country, concerned with the internal front and fulfilling the purpose of coordination with all internal units that concern the ordinary citizen during the war.

The newspaper said that the new weapon or brigade is a defensive combat brigade that falls under the mantle of the home front, or the home front weapon, which was launched by Israel in 2007, in the wake of the second Israeli war on Lebanon, summer 2006, which caused hundreds of rockets landed in Israel.

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Commenting on the decline and weariness of the Israeli home front, both in the north and south of Israel, the settlers of the Gaza envelope, on Thursday evening, sent urgent messages to the head of the Israeli caretaker government, Benjamin Netanyahu, and his rival, General Benny Gantz, head of the Blue White party.

The settlers in the Gaza envelope area around the Gaza Strip sent urgent messages to them to expedite the establishment of a unity government and to work jointly to defend their settlements against rocket-propelled grenades.

According to the Hebrew channel “12”, the heads of regional councils in the settlements of the Gaza envelope sent these messages to protest the political security situation in Israel, and to emphasize the need to put aside personal differences, and attention to their settlements.

The Hebrew channel reported on its website that the settlers of the Gaza envelope sent one clear message to both Netanyahu, Gantz and Lieberman and heads of Israeli parties in order to accelerate the formation of a unified government, and get out of the political impasse in which the country was put.

“The settlers of the cover urge you to take responsibility and take the necessary steps to restore calm to our region”, he wrote in the letter to party leaders.

In the same vein, the Israeli authorities took the first step of its kind in its history, affected by the Black Belt operation.

The Yediot Aharonot newspaper reported Thursday that the chairmanship of the Eshkol settlement council in the Gaza Strip has made the first decision of its kind in the history of Israel to fortify educational buildings and facilities, fearing the rockets and shells of the Palestinian resistance launched from the Gaza Strip.

According to the Hebrew newspaper, the settlement’s board decided to launch concrete walls and plant trees around schools, buildings and educational facilities, in response to the demands of the settlers themselves, who saw that the Palestinian resistance shells affect them.

Gadi Yarkoni, chairman of the Eshkol settlement council, said that he informed the settlers of the decision, with the aim of strengthening public sentiment and motivating them, after the settlers were psychologically and nervously affected by Palestinian rocket fire from the Gaza Strip.

It is noteworthy that the Israeli army, at dawn of the twelfth of this month, the assassination of a senior leader in the “Jerusalem Brigades”, the military arm of the Islamic Jihad movement, Bahaa Abu Al Atta, prompting the movement in the Gaza Strip to fire hundreds of rockets towards Israeli settlements and towns For the Gaza Strip.

Two days later, Israel confirmed the cessation of the “Black Belt” operation in the Gaza Strip, which began on the same date, and led to the killing of 34 Palestinians and wounding 111 others after efforts and mediation by Egypt and the United Nations to stop the escalation of the Gaza front between Israel and the Palestinian resistance.

Earlier Thursday, Egyptian officials announced that a ceasefire had been agreed between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Gaza under Egyptian auspices.

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