Israel Reveals Secret Map of 'Hizbullah' Sites in Lebanon
Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz revealed on Friday a target map of "Hizbullah" missiles amid civilian infrastructure in Lebanon.
Gantz made an interview with the American "Fox News" channel, during which he claimed that "Hizbullah" has hundreds of thousands of missiles, claiming that the map shows "the locations of Hizbullah ground forces, storage sites, command offices, and missile launch sites."
On Friday, al-Sharq newspaper quoted the American channel as saying that Gantz gave the map to Fox News journalist, Terry Yingst, in order to see it, when he asked him about the number of missiles that Hizbullah had, but the channel hid the map details when the interview was aired.
When the journalist asked whether the map represented a "list of targets for the Israeli army in Lebanon," the Israeli Defense Minister said: "This is a target map. Each one of them has been checked legally, operationally, intelligence-wise and we are ready to fight."
Previously, Israel's military chief of staff, Lt. Gen. Aviv Kohavi, warned that in future conflicts, Israel would use heavy force in residential areas where Hibullah rockets are stored and launched. He has said Israeli troops would warn civilians to evacuate their homes before launching such strikes.