Thursday July 13, 2006
Israel is now at war on two fronts.
In the south, Gaza, Israel is fighting Hamas.
The agenda is three-fold: finding their kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit, stopping the missiles being fired into Israel on a daily basis, breaking Hamas.
In the north, Israel is fighting Hezbollah.
The agenda is two-fold: retrieving the two soldiers captured by Hezbollah in a border operation that also left 8 Israel soldiers dead, strike a serious blow to Hezbollah.
Here's what is happening:
Hezbollah has stolen the thunder from Hamas.
Hezbollah will now force their agenda.
Hamas will most likely take advantage of the second, northern, front war and turn the situation into a three-front war.
Hamas will start launching attacks into Israel from the West Bank, the middle of the country. In fact, Abbas met with King Abdullah of Jordan who informed him that missiles are aimed at Israel from Jenin and specific other locations and said, go stop them. But Abbas is powerless, even when confronted with accurate intel.
A two-front war is difficult to co-ordinate and control. A third front is harder still.
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