lundi 23 février 2015

Opération su Hezbollah dans le Golan

The Iranian-backed "Operation Quneitra Martyrs" for the capture of the Golan brings Afghan and Pakistani Shiite fighters to an Israeli border for the first time, DEBKAfile reveals. Some 2,000 of these fighters have joined an equal number of Hizballah troops who are spearheading a march on the Golan from southern Syria. They were recruited from the Hazara and Zaynubian militias established by Tehran. After polishing their combat skills and teaching them to fight as an integrated force, Iran plans to deploy them in Lebanon to augment Hizballah's war effort against Israel from two fronts, both now coming under Iranian command.

Even in stormy winter conditions, the Syrian army continued Wednesday to press forward with Iranian, Hizballah and imported Afghani and Pakistani Shiite forces towards the Golan and Israeli lines. Their immediate objective appears to be the lofty Tel al-Hara mountain fortress, which the Syrian army lost to rebel forces. These bunkers, tunnels and defense positions are laid out over tens of kilometers. Syrian sources reported Wednesday that rebel commanders were crossing Golan lines for consultations with IDF officers. Our military sources report that the fall of Tel al-Hara would lay Quneitra open to attack.

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