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Iranian-backed Hezbollah says it has 70,000 missiles pointed at Israel

Iranian-backed Hezbollah says it has 70,000 missiles pointed at Israel

January 8, 2020 » Today News » /


  • LLL-GFATF-Hezbollah Hezbollah Hezbollah is a Shi’a Islamist militant group and political party based...[+]

 Affected Countries: lebanon; iran; israel;

Iranians have been heard shouting, “Allahu Akbar!” because the missiles have been fired off.

As reported earlier by Kristinn Taylor Iran fired off a number of missiles at US bases in Iraq on Tuesday following the funeral of Qassem Soleimani.

A journalist from Iran’s Tasmin Information Agnecy posted a photograph of a missile launch with the translated caption, “Pressing /// Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim begins to avenge the firing of Iranian ballistic missiles on the Iraqi base in Iraq, which is house to US forces.”

The Iranian regime’s official information company Fars Information reported on the missile assaults calling it “onerous revenge” for Soleimani’s loss of life.

Earlier this week prime Iranian lawmaker Mojtaba Zolnour warned the US that if they’re attacked Israel can be annihilated in half an hour.

And, due to Obama, Iran was capable of refill its proxy teams Hezbollah and Hamas with hundreds of missiles over the past decade.

Militants tied to Hezbollah, the Iranian-controlled terror group that operates alongside Israel’s northern border in Lebanon, declare they’ve deployed greater than 70,000 long-range missiles throughout Syria and Lebanon in preparation for a strike on Israel. The variety of missiles might develop to almost half-a-million throughout the subsequent 12 months, in accordance with these militant teams.

Following an encounter between an Iranian drone and Israeli forces that set off hypothesis of an upcoming confrontation between these two nations, pro-Hezbollah press shops disclosed that Iran has been shifting superior missiles throughout the area as a way to bolster its terrorist proxies, reminiscent of Hezbollah.

The “fog of battle” within the area has elevated Iran’s capacity to secretly transfer weapons throughout the area, notably to terrorist teams working alongside Israel’s borders, in accordance with consultants.

Source: The Union Journal