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Hezbollah Missile Arsenal: capacity and illusion

Special Reports | 2018-02-20 02:07:58
Hezbollah Missile Arsenal: capacity and illusion



(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- Hezbollah’s armament is not a secret but a subject of pride for the Iran-formed militia and its Secretary General Hassan Naserallah who boasts about its weapons at every opportunity. The type of weapons and the capabilities are also no longer secrets as many media outlets scrutinize the Party’s equipment some promoting it, and others fear it. The majority of these weapons are not directed towards Israel but towards Lebanon or the larger Arab region which oppose the will of those directing the Party in ideological, sectarian wars. 

Zaman al-Wasl obtained an exclusive report prepared by specialists in the army, most of whom dissented from the al-Assad regime, who were trained by Hezbollah. The report explains the Party’s internal organization, mobilization, training and arming, the different fighting formations and the Party’s defence mechanisms. 
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Party’s weapons especially their rockets, the types, characteristics and destructive capabilities. The report explains about the launch bases, how the rockets are stored and secured. The report presents out audiences and researchers with a comprehensive view of the Party with an emphasis on their weapons, equipment, fighters and volunteers. The report comes as the Party has used all its resources, under the justification of defending sacred Shiite sites, to justify participating in the fight against the Syrian people.
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