Senior Israeli military officer said that the occupation army expects to face up to 2,500 missiles a day from Lebanon’s Hezbollah Resistance group.
In an interview with AFP earlier this week, Uri Gordin, chief of the so-called Israeli Home Front Command, said that in the last Israeli war on Gaza in May, cities like Tel Aviv and Ashdod saw the “highest number of fire towards them in the history of Israel.”
“We saw a pace of more than 400 rockets fired towards Israel on a daily basis,” Gordin is quoted in the report as saying, referring to Palestinian Resistance groups.
“Israel does not want to go to war with Hezbollah, but in case it happens, we are looking at between 1,500 and 2,500 rockets fired daily towards Israel,” the Israeli officer added.
The Israeli Home Front Command is tasked with preparing the Zionist entity in the event of a threat, conflict, or disaster. According to Gordin, the unit was chastised for its response during July War in 2006.