Written by – Elijah J. Magnier:
Israeli Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Aviv Kohavi – who has only days left to leave office – claimed he was “responsible for an air strike that targeted one truck among a convoy of 25 trucks carrying Iranian weapons across the Iraqi-Syrian border toward Lebanon.” Kohavi said the attack aimed to “disrupt an Iranian plan to transport hundreds of missiles to Syria and Lebanon” last November. What is his purpose in revealing intelligence information of this calibre which is supposed to be secret and confidential and which circumvents the need to provide evidence compromising his agents?
Last October, the Israeli cabinet appointed Major General Herzi Halevi as the 23rd chief of staff of the Israeli army, effective in a few weeks on the 17th of January. A source familiar with the flow of the operations on the Iraqi-Syrian border said, “Kohavi is presenting his autobiography to pave the way for his political future before leaving his function. That is habitual in the political establishment, which is considered an army with a government, like Ariel Sharon, Benny Gantz, Gabi Ashkenazi, Moshe Ya’alon, Ehud Barak, Yitzhak Rabin, Moshe Dayan and others.”
“Kohavi’s statement is close to an imaginary heroism that he showed off before his retirement that is based on false and misleading information. It is known to Israel and the US that Hezbollah no longer needs to transfer missiles and other weapons from Iran, even the most advanced ones because all the manufacturing and raw materials – including steel and electronic chips – are available on the Lebanese market. What is imported from Iran are
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