A Remarkable Political Future in the Region


After seven decades on the establishment of the illegitimate Zionist entity at the Palestinian occupied territories, many free Arab nationalists are whatsoever committed to liberate their lands and to defeat this enemy.

Today, in particular, at the 12th anniversary of the 2006 war, which has great implications and results in the mind of Zionist decision-makers, many ask, “What is coming next?” For the first time, since 1948, Hezbollah has imposed a new equation on the enemy, which is an integral part of any future confrontation.

The capabilities of the Zionist army defensive military plans are viewed differently today. A set of facts have led to radical changes in the Zionist security doctrine and the limits of its ambitions. It is no longer easy to defeat the resistance, a national movement that is armed predominantly with a solid faith and determination to defend its righteous causes.  

The Zionist enemy has launched various military operations, however, in the aftermath of the 2006 war, it was obliged to rebuild and study how it should defend its internal fronts.

The enemy gets into terms with the fact that it can no longer wage offensive wars against its neighbours without inflicting tremendous and painful loses. It has to formulate new military plans and defence systems to deal with the resistance’s rockets that will be bombarded during the upcoming war. 

In light of the 2006 war, the Zionists strongly have concluded that Hezbollah cannot be defeated especially for it combines two types of warfare, guerrilla warfare and regular army warfare. Its rocket capabilities constitute a very severe threat to the enemy’s decisiveness. This enables Hezbollah to wage a battle of defence as a resistance movement.

The logic of Hezbollah and its military strategies have resulted in the prolongation of the time to maintain the enemies’ objectives. In the 1950s, the Zionists used to believe that any war against the Arabs would be decisive and conciliatory; however, this theory has failed massively during the 2006 war.

Currently, the defence of this front is at the core of the Zionist strategies. The enemy used to operate the battle on the Arab’s lands, which allows it to protect its internal front, with sufficient time to resolve the battle against the counterparty, or at least to dictate political conditions.

Hezbollah has been able to transfer the battle to the enemy’s depth, according to many Zionist political and military analysts. They are quite conscious that their arrogant army could neither deter Hezbollah nor it could launch a lightning war.

The resistance and its masses are determined to safeguard their homeland and thus to defeat the Zionist-American and imperialist conspiracies. The Syrian and the Lebanese have proven that only through resistance the colonialism and the Western hegemony can be overwhelmed.

Indeed, 2006 has been the result of perseverance, steadfastness and courage, achieved by the resistance, its masses and its political alliance. As emphasised by his Eminence, Hezbollah’s Secretary General, Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah, the overall situation before the 2006 war is thoroughly different than what will comes after.

Unequivocally, the Zionists are haunted by the limited effectiveness of their army and their long-standing ambitions in the region have largely deteriorated. They ought to be more rational before launching any new aggression against the axis of resistance. The Syrian imposed war and the steadfastness of this axis are crystal-clear.

Furthermore, the enemy’s public, political and military opinions thoroughly perceive these implications. The Zionist entity would not be able to prevail in this region and would not able to achieve its desires. The next war with Hezbollah would be harsh, and the Zionists would not have a second chance.

Meanwhile, the triumph in Syria is a culmination of victories in Lebanon and its resistance. The resistance in Gaza Strip as well has made it is clear that the Zionist entity is not an insurmountable ‘state.’

Since the 2006 war, Hezbollah resistance has been able to weaken the Zionist army and to smash its fake legend, which maintains that it is “the undefeated army.” No one can forget the scene of the smashed Merkava tanks by the resistance’s men who bravely confronted the aggression against the Lebanese sovereignty.

Certainly, the 2006 brilliant victory has been a turning point in the history of struggle against Zionism. The resistance along with the Lebanese nation have foiled the enemies’ plots during the 33-day war and taught them an unforgettable lesson. 


The resistance and its masses show now consistent willingness and readiness to expose any imperialist geostrategic scheme. Besides, the final battles in Syria are absolutely drawing a remarkable political future in the region.