An Israeli general said the Zionist entity is witnessing its “best security situation despite the unprecedented challenges” Tel Aviv has been facing.
During the 4th International C5I Conference taking place in the occupied territories this week, Major General (Res.) Amos Gilad, said that Hezbollah poses military threat to the Zionist entity because of its missiles which are capable to paralyze the Israeli airspace.
However, Gilad claimed that Tel Aviv enjoys more deterrence nowadays, noting that the Zionists enjoy warm ties with several Arab states including Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia whom he described as a “security friend”.
“Today we are living with security and calm, but this may change in the coming years,” Gilad told the conference.
Meanwhile the Israeli general said that ISIS is in decline, pointing out that the Takfiri group will be defeated as an entity.
On the other hand, Gilad said that US President Donal Trump is leading a change in the Middle East in a bid to boost the US military presence in the region, noting that such policy “is a good chance” for the Zionist entity.
C5I stands for Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Collaboration, and Intelligence.
The conference aims to serve as a platform for dialogue and information-sharing, cooperation, and development in C5I for air, naval, and ground warfare.
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