Zionist entity holds on Tuesday largest military drills in almost 20 years along Lebanon border that simulate a Hezbollah attack.
Israeli media outlet, Ynet quoted a military official as saying Monday that the joint exercise, which will begin Tuesday and involves thousands of ground, sea and air force vehicles and personnel, will prepare soldiers for “preserving the current stability in the northern sector.”
The exercise, which will last for ten days, will incorporate the Zionist entity’s multi-layered missile defense systems, Ynet added.
According to the Israeli media outlet, the “imaginary incident begins with an offensive initiated Hezbollah against the Galilee Division.”
“Hezbollah’s initial attack” will be expressed as a simulated invasion of dozens of Israeli occupation forces into occupied territory and infiltration into one of the border settlements, Ynet said, adding that the Home Front Command forces will practice the evacuation of Israeli civilians, “as soldiers act the part of civilians in distress.”