The Israel-Hezbollah ceasefire war continues with particular ferocity, but it shows some very worrying signs of qualitative and quantitative upgrading, accompanied by troop movements and mortar and anti-tank drone attacks by Hezbollah, but also by the concentration of 100,000 Israeli soldiers on the Lebanese border and the continuous air strikes by the Israeli air force.
Fierce attacks by Hezbollah with anti-tank mortars and drones - the Israelis respond with air strikes and artillery
The Israel Defense Forces( IDF) says it struck three groups of Hezbollah anti-tank missile batteries in southern Lebanon and fighter jets hit sites belonging to the terrorist group in response to its repeated attacks .
Several mortar shells fired earlier by Hezbollah at a military position on the border caused no injuries, according to the IDF, which responded with artillery fire on targets in southern Lebanon
Meanwhile, Hezbollah used an Iranian-made kamikaze , Ababil-T drone to target the town of Kiryat Shmona in northern Israel.
100,000 Israeli soldiers gather opposite Hezbollah on the border with Lebanon
For its part, 100,000 Israeli soldiers have been deployed to the Lebanese border in case war breaks out against Hezbollah, while the IDF is bombing targets in several Lebanese villages after the latest attacks on Israel
Metula Mayor: "Israel has formed a "security zone" south of its border with Lebanon"
According to a reputable Israeli media outlet that follows step by step the developments on Israel's war front in Gaza and the hostilities between Israel-Hezbollah , "the mayor of Metula in the north, near the border with Lebanon, has disapproved of the new state of affairs in the area around his town, with communities being evacuated due to the Hezbollah threat.
"In fact, Israel has formed a security zone 5 kilometers south of the border," says Mayor David Azulai, according to Walla News.
"We are told that Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah will not start a war, but we are already at war."
A storm is coming
All of the above are clear indications that a full frontal military confrontation with ground operations between Hezbollah and Israel is getting closer and closer.
The creation of a Buffer zone on the part of Israel on the border with Lebanon, 5 kilometers deep, points to an imminent offensive action, since in this area the Israeli army will take the approach formations just before its attack.
With regard to the air strikes and artillery fire by Israel, these are intended, on the one hand, to return fire on Hezbollah and, on the other hand, to disorganise it before the Israeli army's attack, which we believe will take place as soon as the issue of the release of the hostages by Hamas has been resolved and the operations in Gaza have reached their final stage.